Buffalo Bills rookie wide receiver Sammy Watkins is pretty talented.
His incredible skills were on display early in Bills camp, when Watkins made a terrific catch that had coaches and teammates shaking their heads.
The fourth pick in the 2014 NFL draft appeared to slip in the end zone following a double move during practice, but he was able to quickly recover and snag the ball with his right hand.
At No. 4 overall, Watkins is the highest receiver selected in the draft since the Cincinnati Bengals took A.J. Green in the No. 4 spot in 2011. Watkins recorded 3,391 yards receiving and 27 touchdowns in three seasons at Clemson, averaging 14.1 yards per catch.
And according to New York Post NFL writer Bart Hubbuch, that wasn’t Watkins’ only terrific moment during training camp so far.
Sammy Watkins is putting on a show today. Just toying with the Bills' corners.—
Bart Hubbuch (@HubbuchNYP) July 21, 2014
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