While Atlanta Falcons defensive tackle Grady Jarrett might eventually be named the Most Valuable Player for Super Bowl LI, the 23-year-old already has made history.

As John McCain for the Houston Chronicle points out, Jarrett’s 3.0 sacks of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady ties the Super Bowl record. Three other players have achieved the feat before: Hall of Fame defensive end Reggie White, retired Arizona Cardinals defensive tackle Darnell Dockett and Carolina Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy.

Although with plenty of time remaining in the fourth quarter, Jarrett still has an opportunity to become the sole owner of the record.