This isn't the first time Michael Bennett has impersonated Russell Wilson, but instead of posing as the Seattle quarterback over the phone to reserve a table at a crowded restaurant, Bennett pulled off this imitation at a Play 60 event in Hawaii.
In the video embedded above, shot by Instagram user 'mac4ewa' at Oahu's Kahuku High & Intermediate School - where several 2016 Pro Bowlers visited on Wednesday, the 6-foot-4, 274-pound Seahawks defensive end can be seen doing his best on-field simulation of Seattle's signal caller.
"Michael Bennett of the Seattle Seahawks, aka NFL comedian, asked me if he could borrow my Russell Wilson jersey so he could pretend to be a QB," 'mac4ewa' captioned with the post.
And Bennett went on to do just that.
Sporting a white Wilson No. 3 jersey and a quarterback towel tucked into his waist-side, Bennett can be seen dropping back to pass and spinning to the ground to avoid an imaginary oncoming defender before rising to his feet, throwing in another spin move for good measure, pump faking, and finally rocketing a thunderous strike downfield in the same fashion Seahawks fans have seen Wilson do so often.
All in all, Bennett delivers a spot-on reenactment of Wilson's play that's definitely worth a watch. The two players are part of a five-player Seahawks contingent expected to compete in Sunday's Pro Bowl at Honolulu's Aloha Stadium. Kickoff is set for 4:15 p.m. PT with live television coverage on ESPN.
Photos of Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, cornerback Richard Sherman, and quarterback Russell Wilson as they participate in the first practice of Pro Bowl week with Team Irvin in Hawaii.