Training camp isn't just about walkthroughs, practices and sitting in a cold tub. There's still plenty of time for Redskins players to fellowship outside of the training facility, and that's just what they did on Wednesday night, as the rookies were tasked with performing some skits, which sounds terrifying in itself.
It wasn't too terrifying for rookie guard Nila Kasitati, though, who did a fantastic rendition of "All of Me," by John Legend.
Veteran safety DeAngelo Hall was there and caught about 20 seconds of Kasitati's performance, before the lights went out, which more than likely signaled the end of his part of the skits.
Kasitati didn't just develop those pipes. He's always been a very good singer, as you can see in this video shot at the 2014 Russell Athletic Bowl Kickoff Luncheon. Kasitati and then-Oklahoma teammate Jed Barnett performed "Sunday Morning," by Maroon 5. Kasitati sounded great then, just like he did on Wednesday night, while Barnett was on the ukulele, to accompanied Kasitati's vocals.
Much respect goes out to Kasitati for being able to get in front of his brothers-in-arms, with no fear, and give such a wonderful rendition of an already wonderful song.