Anthony Zettel is at it again with animal impressions

Penn State Nittany Lions defensive tackle Anthony Zettel is one of the most entertaining talents in college football. This offseason, it has really been the 6-foot-4, 284 pounders time to shine.

We have seen Zettel tackle a tree in the middle of the woods, before he stretched out his legs and delivered a spinning kick that nearly took off his teammates head.

Now, Zettel is at it again, but he is doing something a little less physical.

ESPN caught up with Zettel to discover another one of his hidden talents and, surprisingly, it is his ability to accurately replicate animal sounds that is getting attention now.

Just check out the video below and continue to marvel at Mr. Anthony Zettel.

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