Jerry Jeudy enjoyed an up-and-down start to his NFL career with the Denver Broncos in 2020. While the former Alabama star hauled in 52 catches for 856 yards and 3 touchdowns in his rookie season, he fell victim to a number of drops that ranked him among the league leaders in that category.

Despite that, Jeudy hopes that his 2nd year will see him develop into the top receiving threats in the league and that the Broncos—5-11 in 2020—can make headway in an AFC West dominated by Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs. He’ll see a familiar face in the Denver defense as former teammate Patrick Surtain II was taken 9th overall in this year’s draft.

Jeudy had a chance to showcase some of his skill and elusiveness during the Broncos’ training camp session on Wednesday afternoon. Check out the video below:

Jeudy, Surtain, and the Broncos open their regular season with a visit to the New York Giants on Sept. 12. They face the Minnesota Vikings on Saturday in the first of 3 preseason games this year.