Jefferson showcased the dance throughout his rookie 2020 season, including on his way to the end zone on this memorable play in September:
The LSU product continued to produce throughout the year, finishing with 88 catches for 1,400 yards and seven touchdowns.
As the year progressed, even some of his older teammates got in on the Griddy dance:
The sensation continued to the point it will now be available as a dance in Fortnite, a game that has implemented other viral dances such as the floss, dab and the running man.
As Schefter reported, Fortnite has paid the creator of the dance, Allen Davis, for the rights.
Jefferson, who is a gamer himself and competed in the Streamer Bowl earlier this year, helped popularize it but won't take royalties.