Update: The Buccaneers posted video of the catch on their website.
Update: Scott Smith put up a picture of the catch.
So, perhaps you heard that Mike Evans made a KINDA GOOD catch today in practice. Here's what it looked like. pic.twitter.com/IzhbKeNxBg— Scott Smith (@ScottSBucs) May 16, 2014
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers started their rookie mini-camp today, and it seems to have featured a ridiculous catch by first-round pick Mike Evans. So ridiculous, that every single Bucs reporter at the camp tweeted about it. Every. Single. One.
Evans looked like an alley-oop one-handed tomahawk slam dunk. never even attempted to use two hands. Skied way over defenders. Unreal catch.— JoeBucsFan (@JoeBucsFan) May 16, 2014
Mike Evans' hands don't disappoint on first day of Bucs rookie minicamp - spectactular one-handed catch across the middle you'll hear about.— Greg Auman (@gregauman) May 16, 2014
One hundred and one minutes into rookie minicamp practice, #Bucs WR Mike Evans made a spectacular, one-handed catch.— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) May 16, 2014
The (lone) highlight of the first-day of Bucs rookie minicamp was the one-handed catch WR Mike Evans made exactly 101 minutes in. special— Roy Cummings (@RCummingsTBO) May 16, 2014
Now we see why the Bucs wanted Mike Evans, who made a spectacular 1-handed grab in traffic on Friday.— Rick Brown (@LedgeronBucs) May 16, 2014
Highlight of the day was Mike Evans showing his vertical by grabbing a ball up high and bringing it down. Oh yea, and it was one-handed.— Gil Arcia (@GilArciaTBC) May 16, 2014
Bucs HC Lovie Smtih says Mike Evans has been making spectacular catches like the one he made today all week while working with vets— Roy Cummings (@RCummingsTBO) May 16, 2014
"Great catch by Mike Evans out there today but he's been doing that all week,'' #Bucs coach Lovie Smith said.— Rick Stroud (@NFLSTROUD) May 16, 2014
Want to make it look more ridiculous? Here you go.
Evans made that catch despite being a little out of shape. Says he threw up on the field while working with vets earlier this week— Roy Cummings (@RCummingsTBO) May 16, 2014
Sadly, there's no video the catch, but we've seen ridiculous Mike Evans catches before.
Greg Auman did have a quick picture of Evans at practice, but no sky-grab, sadly.
In other training camp news, Austin Seferian-Jenkins was limited with some foot soreness. He had offseason surgery on a stress fracture, but it's supposedly nothing to worry about, per Scott Smith.