Minnesota may have lost to Iowa on Saturday, but sophomore wide receiver Rashod Bateman turned in another strong performance with six catches for 98 yards. Fresh off that performance, Bateman was included as one of the 10 finalists for the Fred Biletnikoff award announced Monday morning.

Bateman is the only B1G finalist for the annual award given to the top wide receiver in the country. Check out the other nine finalists below:

Bateman leads Minnesota with 945 receiving yards, and he’s second on the team with 44 catches and seven receiving touchdowns. Bateman leads the B1G with 94.5 receiving yards per game and nearly 21.5 yards per catch. He’s also top 10 in receptions and touchdowns in the conference.

The sophomore has four 100-yard receiving games this year, but he had his biggest performance in Minnesota’s biggest game through the first 11 weeks. Against Penn State on Nov. 9, Bateman caught a career-high seven passes for 203 yards and a touchdown.

He’s on track to reach the 1,100-yard plateau by the end of the regular season and including Minnesota’s bowl game or a possible B1G Championship Game appearance, Bateman is on pace to set a new Golden Gophers’ single-season receiving yards record.