Let's get the obvious one of the way, shall we?
It's been no secret this offseason how much a positive influence the future Hall of Fame WR has been for the 49er organization, and more specifically, his new teammates.
Since putting on the pads for the first time wearing Red and Gold, Moss has only continued to shine.
Respected Sports Illustrated reporter Peter King expects Moss to be a solid contributor in the upcoming season, especially after seeing just how impressive he looked during drills.
NFL.com's Dan Hanzus writes about it here.
It seems as if day after day you can now find a reporter in attendance who ends up raving about the highlight-reel plays Moss has been executing in camp. Well-known CSN Bay Area reporter and 49ers beat writer Matt Maiocco has certainly been watching.
From Maiocco's recap of 49er practice on Thursday:
Offensive play of the day: Randy Moss got deep behind safeties C.J. Spillman and Trenton Robinson to haul in a deep pass from Smith during 11-on-11 drills.
From SFGate.com's Kevin Lynch after Wednesday's practice:
Meanwhile, Moss made an outstanding catch while Rogers was draped all over him on a crossing route. Rogers said after practice that Moss will push off every so slightly just before the ball arrives. “I have to get into him early,” Rogers said.
The 49ers had an off day on Tuesday.
Finally, this from Maiocco's Monday recap:
Randy Moss made two nice catches during team drills. He made a lunging catch near the sideline against cornerback Carlos Rogers, managing to get both feet inbounds before tumbling to the ground. He also went up to catch a pass from Alex Smith late in the workout.
Moss has repeatedly earned praise from Harbaugh, teammates and experts around the NFL for all-in attitude and willingness to provide guidance for the younger WR's on the roster.
In fact, defensive backs have been fighting for as many chances to cover the 35-year-old vet as they can get.
Matt Barrows of the Sacramento Bee put together an article highlighting the clinic Moss has been putting on in camp, which will undoubtedly help the D prepare for the numerous pass-heavy opponents littering the 2012 schedule.
Once again, we're yet to reach preseason play, and things can change in a hurry—especially with Moss.
But for now, he's been saying and doing all the right things, and the Moss in San Francisco experiment is panning out to be yet another brilliant football move by Trent Baalke and Co.