During Saturday's game against Navy, East Carolina wide receiver Zay Jones broke the NCAA FBS all-time record for receptions with his 388th career catch, according to Josh Graham of IBX Media:
It broke the mark set by Justin Hardy in 2014, who also played for East Carolina.
East Carolina tweeted this video congratulating its receiver:
Jones is in the midst of his finest year as a collegiate receiver, with 148 receptions for 1,599 yards—which leads the nation—and seven touchdowns. He was burning Navy on Saturday to the tune of nine catches for 126 yards and a touchdown before halftime.
All of East Carolina's opponents this year have felt Jones' wrath, though, as he hasn't had fewer than seven receptions in a game. Among those performances was a 22-catch, 190-yard night against South Carolina in September.
He's put up 115 yards or more in nine games this season and 150 yards on five occasions, as his numbers have only improved the older he's gotten:
East Carolina has begun to build a reputation of developing some all-time great collegiate receivers, as Jones' and Hardy's career reception marks are far and away the most in FBS history.
Ryan Broyles, who played at Oklahoma from 2008 to 2011, is in third with 349 receptions.
Stats courtesy of Sports-Reference.com.