Your move, Devin Smith.
LSU wide receiver Jarvis Landry upped the ante in the "catch of the year" battle with a spectacular one-handed grab against Arkansas in Week 13. The sophomore wideout reached out with his right hand to snag a high dart from quarterback Zach Mettenberger to score the first touchdown of the 2012 Battle For The Golden Boot. Not only was the pass coming on a line with velocity, but Landry had to adjust to it as he was at full speed, reaching back with his right hand. Even more impressive than the adjustment to the ball was that Landry controlled the ball as he went down in the back of the end zone without ever needing his left hand. The score helped LSU take a 10-0 lead into the intermission. Led by Tyler Wilson, the Razorbacks would rally in the second half but their comeback bid would fall short as LSU held on for a 20-13 win.
Nearly as impressive as Landry's snag was the image of the play captured by AP photographer David Quinn.
While there tends to be multiple receptions dubbed "catch of the year" every season, this athletic snare will be hard to beat when we look back at the 2012 campaign. For those who forgot (or missed) Smith's astounding grab, here you go.
Which one is more impressive?
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