Jonathan Taylor has joined the 5,000 yard club.

Heading into Saturday’s game against Illinois, the Wisconsin running back had 4,996 total rushing yards, needing just four yards to eclipse 5,000 for his career. He hit that one the first play, picking up 16 yards on his first carry of the contest.

Taylor had absolutely no trouble picking up those four yards.

Taylor is midway through his junior season at Wisconsin and continues to climb up the B1G and national rankings in the all-time rushing category. He becomes just the fourth player in FBS history to reach the plateau.

The other three players were Georgia’s Herschel Walker, Wisconsin’s Ron Dayne and Oregon’s LaMichael James.

In the first six games of the season, Taylor has rushed for 825 yards and 14 touchdowns. He’s also caught four touchdown passes for the Badgers. He’s a huge reason why Wisconsin is a perfect 6-0.

Taylor also entered the game as the B1G’s leading rusher in yards per game, posting a 137.5 average.