Saturday’s contest between South Carolina and Tennessee could be historic for a wide receiver on each team.

South Carolina wide receiver Bryan Edwards is five catches away from setting a new program record in receptions while Tennessee wideout Jauan Jennings needs five grabs to move into sixth place on the all-time Volunteers receptions list.

Edwards enters Saturday with 203 catches in his career. That’s second on the South Carolina list behind Kenny McKinley, who caught 207 passes for the Gamecocks from 2005-08. Edwards also needs 49 receiving yards to pass McKinley for second on the South Carolina receiving list.

If he stays healthy, Edwards is on pace to become the program’s all-time leader in receptions, receiving yards and receiving touchdowns.

Jennings comes into the matchup with South Carolina 10th on Tennessee’s all-time receptions list, but only four catches separate numbers 6-10 on the list. Jennings would pass Tim McGee, Thomas Woods, Robert Meachem and Jayson Swain while moving into sixth place with 127 receptions in Tennessee history if he hauls in five passes Saturday.

Jennings has 122 catches for 1,662 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns in his career. On the Volunteers’ all-time lists, he’s also ranked in the Top 10 in touchdown catches and No. 16 in receiving yards.

South Carolina and Tennessee will meet in Columbia at 4 pm ET on Saturday.