Just when you thought NFL rookie sensation Odell Beckham Jr. couldn't get any more awesome he has teamed up with trick shot royalty Dude Perfect to create a highlight reel of epic proportions.
The video, which can be seen below, sees the New York Giants wide receiver build on his growing hero status with several trick plays based around his incredible ability to make one-handed catches.
Anything he can't do?
The guys from Dude Perfect don't disappoint either - chipping in with their usual array of crazy stunts. Plus, in a Super Bowl related interlude, you find out just which gas station snacks this year's big game stars can't live without. The video truly has it all.
Filmed at Arizona State's Sun Devil Stadium, the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year shows that his gridiron highlight reel isn't an anomaly. Whether it is freakishly athletic alley-oops or exceptional reaction skills ODB's role in the video only furthers speculation that the LSU grad may not be human.
And if you think Beckham Jr can't possibly top his catch against the Dallas Cowboys earlier this year, make sure you watch until the end to see "the world's longest one-handed catch."
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I mean how can you not love this guy?
After missing the first four games of the season through injury Odell Beckham Jr hasn't looked back.
The Giants star racked up an phenomenal 1,305 yards and 12 touchdowns, becoming one of the NFL's must see players in the process.
Not content with impressing in the pros, ODB also recently entered the Guinness World Record books after teaming up with Drew Brees to set a record for most one-handed catches in one minute (33).
That record though has since been surpassed by Iowa's Tevaun Smith (41).
That's unlikely to bother Odell Beckham Jr though who, after hanging out with the likes of LeBron James and starring at the Pro Bowl, is far more focussed on replicating his sensational rookie season when 2015 rolls around.