Arian Smith participated in just his second college track meet on Friday. Despite his lack of experience, the Georgia wide receiver qualified for the NCAA championships.

Smith turned in a blazing 10.10 in the 100 meters, automatically qualifying him for NCAA championships.

Smith also qualifies for the 4×100 relay with Elija Goodwin, Delano Dunkley and Matthew Boiling. They posted a 38.57, beating a former UGA school record.

Smith made his college track debut two weeks ago in the SEC championships, finishing eighth in the 100m.

On the gridiron, Smith appeared in the last four games, making 2 catches for 86 yards and a touchdown. With the speed he’s showing on the track, Smith is probably in for more touches this fall as he should have a better understanding of the playbook.

Out of Lakeland (Florida), Smith was a 4-star recruit, rated the No. 9 wide receiver and No. 58 prospect overall nationally in the class of 2020 on the 247Sports Composite.