L.J. Scott is having one heck of a game.

Michigan State may be trailing Ohio State 17-10 early in the fourth quarter, but it isn’t because of their all-purpose running back. Scott can not only run it effectively, but he can catch it as well.

Watch this fingertip catch by Scott and then he goes on to hurdle a Buckeye defensive back for a first down. To this point, the sophomore has 104 yards rushing to go along with his 76 receiving yards and a touchdown catch.

He drew some lofty Spartan-esque comparisons on social media: