The video of the play can be viewed by clicking here... Interfering with the catch? NO doubt. Targeting? There's no leading with the helmet so that's out. There is the question of whether the contact was at the neck/head. To me, it looks like he's leading with his forearms and the contact begins roughly where the SEC logo is attached to jerseys—just below the collarbone, at the top, right of the numbers. It's close...but can't say I'd call it an offense that warrants ejection.