Ohio State receiver Terry McLaurin is one of the many seniors in Mobile, Alabama who has helped his draft stock over the last week. By beating defenders regularly throughout the last week of practice, the former Buckeye has turned the heads of some NFL scouts.

McLaurin’s impressive week continued in Saturday’s Senior Bowl, hauling in a big-time catch with three defenders around him.

The catch came in the third quarter of the game, and was off a flea-flicker play. McLaurin was able to make the difficult catch in traffic, giving the North Team great field position.

The North eventually went on to score on the drive.

McLaurin’s decision to participate in the Senior Bowl has really paid off, both in practice and in the game.

He’s made some big-time plays throughout the week and he’s giving NFL scouts a reason to be impressed.