This stunning catch by Morgan State receiver Edwin Baptiste last week against Winston-Salem State crossed over from viral-video sensation to the mainstream Thursday night when it finally made SportsCenter. Some are calling Baptiste's catch the best ever, but I'll let you be the judge. I've gone through the annals of college football history -- or at least the annals of YouTube -- to find some of the most mind-bending catches ever made. Which is your favorite? Also, if you remember a catch not mentioned here, by all means, nominate it.
Tyrone Prothro: In 2005, Alabama receiver Prothro used a Southern Miss defender's back to haul in this touchdown catch. This might be my favorite catch, but just watching it should make you angry that Prothro suffered a career-ending injury a few weeks later during the fourth quarter of a win against Florida that was already well in hand. He didn't need to be in the game, and if he hadn't been, he might still be playing.
Calvin Johnson: Further proof that Johnson is not human. As a baby, he was sent here in a rocket just before his home world, Badmammajammatron, exploded.
Chris Moore: An oldie but a goodie. The Western Washington receiver's 1992 catch actually won the award for best college football play at the inaugural ESPYs.
The Flea Kicker: Missouri has gotten so good -- and Nebraska so mediocre -- that Tigers fans can laugh about this one now. But when it happened, it was a heartbreaker.