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Video: Jabrill Peppers Absolutely Crushes The Water Bottle Challenge

Jabrill Peppers playing for Michigan.

ANN ARBOR, MI - NOVEMBER 19: Jabrill Peppers #5 of the Michigan Wolverines waits for a second half punt while playing the Indiana Hoosiers on November 19, 2016 at Michigan Stadium in Ann Arbor, Michigan. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Watch everyone go crazy as Michigan's Jabrill Peppers nails the Water Bottle Challenge on his first try.

Michigan junior Jabrill Peppers—the football equivalent of a Swiss Army knife—is a Heisman Trophy finalist, and today, while he was hanging out with his other Heisman Trophy finalist friends, he decided to try his hand at the Water Bottle Challenge.

What's the Water Bottle Challenge, you might be asking? It's simple. You take a water bottle with about a third of its contents still remaining, and you try to flip it in the air ever so gently so that it lands upright. That's it. Go ahead and try it now, if you wish, but I bet you won't look half as cool as Jabrill.

Watch this:

So calculated; so crisp. The meticulous attention to detail at the start to get just the right amount of water in the bottle makes me laugh every time I watch it, but the casual walk-off while the bottle is still in the air is what makes the video.

Yeah, I'm Jabrill Peppers. I know that bottle is going to land upright. This is effortless.

I've said it before and all I'll say it again: It's Jabrill Peppers' world, and we're all just living in it.