Philadelphia Eagles rookie WR DeVonta Smith has already impressed his new teammates throughout early workouts in the NFL. That includes OL Lane Johnson.

Johnson shared his perspective during a recent segment on the NFL Network.

“We call him the Slim Reaper, I think that’s his nickname,” Johnson said. “… Early on in camp, he’s changed the direction. His ball skills, he doesn’t say a whole lot, but he does show a whole lot of what he’s capable of. I think when you have a guy that high caliber, I think he does nothing but bring everyone else along in the receiving corps. We’re excited about him. I think he’s going to do tremendous things this year. Yeah, man, the Slim Reaper, watch out for him.”

Smith was drafted by the Eagles after they traded up two spots to No. 10 in the first round of the NFL Draft. Smith had 117 catches for 1,856 yards and 20 touchdowns as a senior. He was the first receiver to win the Heisman in 29 years.

Smith holds the SEC and Alabama career record for receiving touchdowns with 46. He won an ESPY on Saturday, and won a slew of awards last season including the Heisman Trophy, the Associated Press Player of the Year, Player of the Year by CBS Sports, the Maxwell Football Club, The Sporting News and Walter Camp. He won the Biletnikoff Award winner, and the Paul Hornung Award, given to the nation’s most versatile player.