Clemson, SC (WLTX) - We're not sure yet how Clemson quarterback Cole Stoudt will perform on the field this fall, but we do know this about him: he's a bit of a prankster.
A video posted by Clemson's athletic department shows a stunt he pulled last week to kick off the start of fall camp.
Here's what he did. Inside the school's athletics facility is a room that features trophies, memorability (including a life-life replica of a Tiger) and a few mannequins wearing Clemson uniforms. To pull off the prank, Stoudt dressed in a helmet and uniform to pretend to be a mannequin, complete with a dark visor covering his eyes and longsleeves and gloves covering his arms.
When one of the playersr would walk by him, Stoudt would leap and them and shout.
Some players didn't seem too fazed by the surprise (nerves of steel, we presume) but others got a genuine jolt. You can watch the full video below.
Tigers are fans are hoping he'll also instill fear in the Georgia Bulldogs in a few weeks: the Tigers open the season in Athens on August 30.