Jarvis Landry may have had the catch of the year on Friday against Arkansas when the sophomore receiver increased LSU's lead at the end of the first half with a one-handed touchdown catch.
Not only did Landry have to make a leaping catch while staying in the end zone, but quarterback Zach Mettenberger's throw was actually behind him, so he had to twirl his body around in a corkscrew motion.
Going into LSU's final regular-season game on Friday, Landry was first on the team in catches (44) and second in receiving yards (461). He caught nine balls for 109 yards and a touchdown in the 37-17 victory over then-No. 21 Mississippi State on Nov. 10.
This has been the sophomore's breakout campaign after current New York Giants receiver Rueben Randle left LSU for the NFL after last season. Along with Odell Beckham, Landry has been able to help fill the Randle void.
LSU is surely hoping Landry has more in store for the program moving forward. Although the Tigers won't make it to the 2013 BCS National Championship Game this season, they've put together a respectable campaign and have only lost to Alabama and Florida heading into Friday's SEC clash.
While LSU's offense has largely been reliant on the running game this season, Landry's catch on Friday was a reminder that there are some weapons in the receiving corps for Mettenberger to throw to.
And, heading into the postseason, what's a better time than now for Landry to raise his game a notch?