WATCH: Terry McLaurin continues to dominate Senior Bowl practice
There may not be a B1G player helping his draft status more by participating in the Senior Bowl than Ohio State wide receiver Terry McLaurin.
This week, videos of McLaurin’s ability have been receiving plenty of attention. He’s beaten quality defenders frequently and has posted some of the quickest speed bursts throughout practice. Missouri quarterback Drew Lock even said that he understood why “[Dwayne] Haskins like throwing to him.”
McLaurin’s impressive ability continued on Thursday. The receiver put a defender on skates before hauling in a pass near the sideline. It was another impressive highlight for the former Buckeye.
In case you were concerned, Terry McLaurin is still owning the Senior Bowl. pic.twitter.com/WkAwqLc5Fu
— Eleven Warriors (@11W) January 24, 2019
Even ESPN draft expert Todd McShay has been impressed with the talent that McLaurin has displayed during practice.
More praise for Terry McLaurin from ESPN's Todd McShay on today's Senior Bowl practice broadcast: "He's great on vertical routes. He has the speed to get down on the field. And what I love about him is, he was a special teams ace at Ohio State."
— Dan Hope (@Dan_Hope) January 24, 2019
McLaurin was the third-best receiver for the Buckeyes in 2018. He totaled 35 receptions for 701 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Of everything McLaurin accomplished this season, his best case to improve his draft stock might be best helped by the show he’s putting on in Mobile, Alabama.
The annual Senior Bowl will be on Saturday.