Following a record-setting season, Alabama receiver Amari Cooper has been invited to New York for the Heisman Trophy presentation. The junior is one of three players headed to the Downtown Athletic Club for the ceremony on Saturday.

Cooper is joined by Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota and Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon. Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott, considered a front runner for the award for much of the season, was not named a finalist.

Mariota is the favorite to win the award. He passed for 3,798 yards and ran for 669 more, totaling 53 touchdowns against just 2 interceptions. Gordon is considered to be a distant second after running for 2,336 yards and 26 touchdowns for the Badgers this season, including briefly setting the NCAA single-game rushing record.

Cooper shattered all kinds of Alabama and SEC records in his junior season. He holds the Alabama and SEC single-season record with 115 catches so far this year, as well as the Alabama single-season yardage record with 1,656 yards; he’s scored 14 TD this season as well. He moved to the top of Alabama’s career catches list during the Iron Bowl and currently sits at 218 catches over his three seasons. In the SEC title game win over Missouri, Cooper set a single-game record with 12 catches.

Cooper is the first wide receiver invited to the ceremony since 2003, when Pittsburgh’s Larry Fitzgerald finished second.

The Heisman ceremony is this Saturday, Dec. 13 at 8 p.m. ET.