Caleb Thomas Helps Set Multiple Records During Graceland Football 2017 Season
Caleb Thomas marked an impressive season in his first year as a collegiate football player, setting three NAIA records, two All-Divisions records, and tying another All-Division record. In just the fourth game of the season, Thomas snapped the NAIA record for most receptions in a game - previously held by two people at 21 - with an impressive 27 receptions in a single game. The record was an All-Division Record as well.
Thomas continued to be a target and threat offensively for the Yellowjackets, consistently posting double-figure receptions throughout the year. In only 10 games, he caught 158 catches for 1,235 yards. He accounted for 10 touchdowns and averaged 123.5 yards per game. Thomas now owns the NAIA and All-Division record for most receptions in a season. He averaged 15.8 catches per game to set the NAIA and All-Divisions records.