Green Bay Packers tenderfoot collector Samori Toure was one of the champions of the group's Family Night Scrimmage at Lambeau Field on Friday night.
"He did a ton of incredible things," mentor Matt LaFleur said.
While Romeo Doubs continues to make "amazing" plays, the Packers' seventh-round pick is ensuring he's not the neglected man in the recipient room.
"He most certainly made a move forward this evening," collector Allen Lazard said.
Toure's feature play was a long score from Jordan Love during group periods.
He split the inclusion with speed and was completely open behind Kiondre Thomas and Tariq Carpenter for the simple catch and score.
Huge plays have been ordinary for Toure, who drove the Big Ten in yards for every gathering (19.5) at Nebraska last season
subsequent to averaging very nearly 17 yards for each catch more than three seasons at Montana.
Scoring a score at Lambeau Field required a Lambeau Leap. Toure said he wasn't anticipating
hopping into the stands however the fans were motioning for him to do a jump so he cheerfully obliged.
Toure's best play of the night could have been this bending get in the end zone during the one-on-one stage:
Toure succeeded at the line of scrimmage with an external delivery and afterward made a fantastic change turning back toward the sideline against the inclusion of Innis Gaines.
"He has great body control and body development. He's a shrewd youngster that truly works at it," LaFleur said.
One last play. During a group red zone drill, Toure beat Kabion Ento and made a sliding catch on a pass from Love for another score:
Stacking achievement will be key as Toure endeavors to gather speed emerging from Family Night. The Packers open the preseason next Friday in San Francisco.
"I think the bolt is facing up on him," LaFleur said. "He'll get an open door in these three preseason games to show everyone what's really going on with him."