DeVonta Smith returned to Alabama, turning down an opportunity to leave for the NFL Draft, in order to improve his professional stock and the Crimson Tide receiver has done just that this season in Tuscaloosa.

Smith’s big senior season continues to impress as the Tide wideout just sets the all-time Alabama and SEC record for career touchdown catches with his 32nd score of his college career with a second-quarter reception against Kentucky.

Former Alabama receiver Amari Cooper previously held the record with 31 touchdown grabs.

Following this touchdown, Smith now has 58 catches for 785 yards and nine touchdowns on the season.

Here is the record-breaking play for Smith:

After breaking the record, the SEC Network congratulated Smith with this tweet: