Former Texas A&M WR Josh Reynolds is turning heads in training camp for the Los Angeles Rams. According to Los Angeles Times reporter Gary Klein, Reynolds has been a do-it-all pass-catcher, making catches on deep routes and contested end zone balls as well as passes to the sidelines and over the middle.

Reynolds has come on strong after missing nearly two weeks due to a quadriceps injury.

“I’m tough on myself, so all that stuff is expected,” Reynolds told Klein. “Even the passes I did catch, there’s still stuff to work on.”

At 6-3, it’s easy to see why Reynolds is considered a deep threat, but the former Aggie is determined to show his versatility.

I think I’m showing I’m much more versatile than just jump balls and being a deep-ball kind of guy,” he said. “I’m just trying to elevate my game.”

After missing last week’s preseason game against Dallas, Reynolds is excited to play again Saturday.

“Standing on the sideline last Saturday was not a good feeling,” Reynolds said, “So I’m extremely excited.”