Performing well throughout the offseason program and in training camp is crucial for players trying to earn a roster spot.

Bucs safety Cody Grimm knows that, and has clearly set himself up with a great camp. Bucs coach Raheem Morris recently singled him out for praise, telling The Tampa Tribune, “he has a certain awe and a certain swagger about him. He came in here and he looks like one of you guys (reporters), but he doesn’t play like that.”

Grimm figures to receive even more accolades from Morris following another strong preseason outing. After a solid debut last week, Grimm was even better against the Chiefs on Saturday night.

Not only did he finish with five tackles (four solo), but he also nailed elusive Kansas City rookie wide receiver Dexter McCluster. Ask anyone who has played McCluster and they’ll tell you how impressive a feat it is to get him with a clean hit. Check it out in the video below: