Jamie Collins' record-setting broad jump was eclipsed on Monday. (NFL.com)

Jamie Collins’ record was eclipsed on final day of the 2015 combine. (NFL.com)

Jamie Collins’ record lasted two years. But on Monday, during the final day of the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine, the current New England Patriot saw his 11-foot-7 broad jump broken.

Byron Jones was the one who did the damage.

Jones, a 6-foot, 199-pound cornerback by way of UConn, leaped out of the building with a 12-foot-3 broad, beating the 6-foot-3, 250-pound Southern Mississippi linebacker’s mark by eight inches.

In addition to breaking the combine record, Jones also broke the previous world record, set in 1968, by one inch, and notched a 44.5-inch vertical.

But there’s still something to be said for what Collins was able to notch on his way to becoming a second-round pick in 2013.

Collins now stands second in the combine books alongside Georgia wide receiver Chris Conley, who matched his number during Saturday’s workouts in Indianapolis.