Jovan Stevenson shared first team reps with Jacquizz Rodgers and looked quick to the corner.
At one point Riley clapped and commented, "All day. Let's see that 4.4, all day."
On a couple occasions, Stevenson bounced it outside, outrunning all defenders and tiptoeing into the end zone.
Quizz continually finished his runs with a jaunt into the end zone, just a taste of what's to come this season if things go well for the sophomore.
In this writer's eyes, one vintage Quizz run could have nearly spelled out J-a-c-q-u-i-z-z on the turf with his footprints.
The lateral movement and ability to start and stop is a thing of beauty to watch. Tuesday, Quizz left defenders confused and at one point, laughing in disbelief.
Red zone drills ended the session and Canfield found Brady Camp in the corner of the end zone after a great play fake.
Canfield was leading the offense with efficient play and solid decision making on Tuesday.
Ryan Katz got some time with the first team in red zone drills.
If Katz gets in on Saturday, it's likely to be with a big lead and his duty will be to hand it off, which he worked on with the 1's. Katz did however on one occasion make a nice pass to Taylor Kavanaugh in the back of the end zone.
He delivered the ball low and between defenders, unfortunately the ball bounced off Taylor's hands and fell incomplete.
Mike Riley seemed genuinely pleased with the execution, attention to detail, and focus of this evening's practice.
A good sign for everything Beaver.