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At 6’ 4” and 315 pounds, Nila Kasitati seems born to be an offensive lineman in the NFL. The 23-year-old rookie, who will be playing guard for Washington D.C.’s professional football team this season, recently picked up his ukulele to perform at the end of a long day at training camp. His performance brought the house down.

This clip, shot by DeAngelo Hall (safety), shows the left-handed, Samoan-born Kasitati (pronounced “kah-sih-TAH-tee”) playing John Legend’s hit “All of Me” in front of his teammates during a little post-practice skit.


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Kasitati’s performance was also captured from another angle, by teammate Will Compton (inside linebacker). With it flashlight-lit performance and team sing-along, this one is definitely worth the click-through. (link)