Treylon Burks showed why the Tennessee Titans drafted him No. 18 overall with a tremendous catch on Wednesday during training camp.

Burks, the former Arkansas wide receiver, laid out and gained about 5 yards with the lunging grab. It’s that kind of play that will bring Titans fans out of their seats this season, and ease the blow that many felt when the Titans sent A.J. Brown to the Philadelphia Eagles in a draft-day trade.

Burks played 32 games in 3 seasons at Arkansas and had 146 receptions for 2,399 yards and 18 touchdowns. The 6-foot-2, 225-pound Burks also ran 32 times for 222 yards and a TD.

Burks was an All-SEC selection last season for the Razorbacks, his best in Fayetteville.

Burks caught 66 passes for 1,104 yards and 11 touchdowns. The native of Warren, Arkansas, had his best game against Alabama with 8 receptions for 179 yards and a pair of TDs. That was one of 6 100-yard receiving performances in 2021. He also set a school record with his sixth 100-yard game of the season with 179 yards on 7 catches in the Battle Line Rivalry win over Missouri.

One of the best wide receivers in Arkansas history, Burks became the fourth Razorback pass catcher in Arkansas history to post a 1,000 receiving yard season, and first since 2012.