And just like that, three days of practice at the Reese's Senior Bowl have wrapped up.
More than 100 talented college athletes hit the fields in Mobile, Alabama, for another shot to impress coaches and scouts before Saturday afternoon's game that is scheduled to kick off at 1:30 p.m. (CT). The 70th installment of the game will be show on NFL Network.
Among the buzz on social media Thursday afternoon were comments about and highlights of two receivers, Ohio State's Terry McLaurin and South Carolina's Deebo Samuel, who seems to have been garnering some attention all week.
In no particular order, here are 10 tweets from Day 3 at the Reese's Senior Bowl.
Sunshine at the Senior Bowl
After the Day 2 practices were forced indoors due to inclement weather, a blue sky and sunshine were a welcome sight in Mobile Thursday afternoon.
Terry-ing it up
Ohio State University wide receiver Terry McLaurin had some impressive moves during Thursday's practice session. McLaurin, who caught 11 touchdowns in 2018, is the lone Buckeyes player at this year's Senior Bowl and was a late invite.
Amani making moves
Penn State cornerback Amani Oruwariye received from praise from former NFL defensive back Will Blackmon when he broke up a pass during Thursday's practice.
A look back at Baker
ESPN college football analyst and Browns radio personality Dustin Fox did some reminiscing to last year's Senior Bowl, where quarterback Baker Mayfield impressed before being drafted No. 1 overall by Cleveland three months later.
Speed from McSorley
Penn State quarterback Trace McSorley showed off his speed and accuracy.
More success from Samuel
South Carolina wide receiver Deebo Samuel continued to impress on the final day of Senior Bowl practice.
Khalen Saunders, who became a father Tuesday when his fiancée gave birth back home, is making time, albeit brief, to meet his new daughter before returning to Mobile for the Senior Bowl.
Omar Kelly of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel made a comparison of Auburn quarterback Jarrett Stidham to Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins, who participated in the 2012 Senior Bowl and later was drafted 102nd overall by Washington.
Taking a look at Tommy
NFL.com's Cynthia Frelund posted her "Senior Bowl Player to Watch," providing fans with her evaluation of Boston College tight end Tommy Sweeney.
Wrapping it up
Raiders Head Coach John Gruden set the stage for a spirited conclusion to the practice week for the North squad.