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PROVO — BYU freshman wide receiver Rickey Shumway pulled off a no-look catch during practice this week, and offensive coordinator Robert Anae was a hot topic during a team retreat on Sunday.
Shumway has been one of several freshman wide outs turning head during the Cougars' first two weeks of fall camp. Media cameras haven't been allowed at every practice session, but the little that has aired has been good enough.
Now, thanks to an assist from freshman quarterback Koy Detmer, Jr. and his Twitter account, we can see more of what the Timpview High graduate is capable of doing.
The player his teammates call "Shumdog Millionaire" continues to make the seemingly impossible plays, including this no-look, one-handed grab during a 7-on-7 drill with backup quarterback Tanner Mangum.
SHUMDAWG IS THE GOAT pic.twitter.com/wDpFiu7Drl — Sensei LK (@LiTTLe_Koy14) August 21, 2015
Anae, meanwhile, has been a fairly quiet, soft-spoken individual through the first two weeks of camp.
Apparently, he's saving his energy for impressive displays with his players.
BYU wide receiver Micah Simon tweeted a video of Anae spinning a flaming knife during a team activity, and ... well, let's just say, he's got some moves.
Coach Anae doing work at summer bridge! 🔥🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/Bvm9kFQBqH — Micah Simon (@MicahSimon7) August 24, 2015
**Contributing:** Dave Noriega !(http://beacon.deseretconnect.com/beacon.gif?cid=312455&pid=4)