Jon Hilliman found the end zone more than any running back on Rutgers’ roster a year ago, and now he’s in the end zone as an NFL player.

Friday night, Hilliman scored his first career touchdown as a member of the New York Giants. It crossed the goal line on a 10-yard run, juking past Chicago Bears defenders on the way to his first score.

He gave the Giants a 25-13 lead, helping New York to post a preseason victory over Chicago. Below is the video of Hilliman’s 10-yard touchdown jaunt:

Hilliman was an undrafted free agent in the 2019 NFL Draft. He spent four years at Boston College before transferring to Rutgers for his final season in 2018.

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Last season, Hilliman led the Scarlet Knights with six rushing touchdowns. He ranked third in rushing yardage, totaling 337 yards on 83 carries. He also had 11 catches for 86 yards.

In his time with Boston College, Hilliman totaled 2,238 yards and 26 touchdowns. He also had 195 receiving yards and two touchdown catches.