Update: The story has been updated with video of Johnson being recognized.

Saturday is going to be a special day for Minnesota wide receiver and Minneapolis native Tyler Johnson. At his former high school, he’ll be receiving his own special day.

Andy Greder of the Pioneer Press reported that Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey will declare Saturday, Jan. 4 as ‘Tyler Johnson Day’ at Minneapolis North High School. The Golden Gophers receiver will receive a special proclamation before the school’s basketball game during an Alumni Day ceremony.

Johnson, a graduate of North High School, still has a major influence in his community and at his former high school.

The news comes just a few days after Johnson had a monster performance in Minnesota’s 31-24 victory over Auburn in the Outback Bowl. The senior receiver hauled in 12 receptions for 204 yards and two touchdowns, including the game-winning 73-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter.

Johnson became Minnesota’s all-time leader in receiving yards and touchdown catches for his career.

After his junior season, Johnson had a decision to make — declare for the NFL Draft or return to Minnesota. Though it was a tough choice, Johnson ultimately decided he wanted to return to school to finish his degree, set an example in his community and attempt to improve his draft stock.

There’s no question that decision paid off for the senior receiver.

Here’s a tweet from Frey:

Below is video of Johnson being recognized: