Through a season and a half, Seth has 47 receptions for 902 yards and 10 TDs. His career has just started and he is already climbing the list of AU school records.
Seth is currently 61st all-time in receptions. Tied with the likes of Rusty Williams and Stacy Danley.
He is 32nd all-time in yards. For reference, Robert Baker is 33rd, Duke is 34th, Quan Bray is 36th, and Tim Carter is 37th.
He is tied with Rod Smith at 17th for TDs. Insanely enough, he has already scored more than legends like Courtney Taylor, Devin Aromashodu, and Ryan Davis.
Right now, Seth is averaging around 4 catches, 70 yards, and a TD per game. I actually think his receptions will go up as he and Bo develop more chemistry. So let's assume Seth averages 5 catches per game the rest of the season, and continues his 17.5 avg. YPC. Let's also assume he won't average a full touchdown per game (although it'd be amazing if he could!) This estimation would have Seth finish the year with 56 receptions for 980 yards and 10 TDs.
Seth would move into a tie with Frank Sanders for 5th on the all-time TD list (with 15), just behind Ryan Davis in yardage (with just over 1500), and tie him with Sammie Coates for receptions (82).
He is currently on pace to be Auburn's first ever 3000 yard receiver, its second receiver with 20+ TDs, and even challenge Terry Beasley's record of 29 touchdowns.
Just something fun to track. Seth has as much pro-potential as any Auburn receiver to ever play the game. Can't wait to see what he and Bo can do.