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Joe Boozell | NCAA.com | August 7, 2016

Peppers caps off intense hands drill with a backflip

Some of the stuff Michigan defensive back Jabrill Peppers is capable of doing on a football field is just unfair.

Then again, classifying Peppers merely as a defensive back sells his versatility short. The junior lined up at running back, wide receiver, linebacker and kick returner at various points of last season, and he’s still looking to improve his offensive worth.

Watch below as Peppers takes part in an unorthodox hands drill and displays his off-the-charts athleticism afterward:

Peppers comes in at No. 9 in ESPN’s top 100 college football players, and it’s easy to see why.

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