It was a fingertip snag a beautiful reception of at least 50 yards by DeSean Jackson — just one of those plays worth sitting back and admiring.

But what was perhaps more outstanding than the circus catch was how easy Jackson made it look beating one-on-one coverage. Granted Jackson beat Eddie Whitley who spent the final four weeks of the 2012 season on the Eagles' practice squad.

But it wasn't the only time Jackson feasted on a single defender at Eagles' practice Friday.

About an hour earlier Jackson went up against cornerback Brandon Boykin arguably the most impressive member of the Eagles' secondary throughout training camp. Michael Vick stepped back in the pocket waited stared down Jackson on the right sideline flicked a pass at least 40 yards and watched his receiver outpace the defending corner for an impressive reception.

That's been the focus during camp thus far for Jackson getting back to what made him a household name in college and with the Eagles: making big plays.

"Anytime you're able to have the opportunity to make plays that's what we're here to do. To make plays" Jackson said.

Jackson standing at 5-foot-10 isn’t imposing in size but rather with his jets.

The former Cal Golden Bear has led the Eagles in receiving four of the last five seasons and it’s that swiftness that has led him to such accomplishments.