Anthony Richardson showed NFL scouts on Thursday all of his incredible traits and athleticism, from arm strength capable of hitting the ceiling of the indoor facility, to a celebratory backflip on the way to a teammate.

Richardson is one of the more intriguing prospects in the NFL Draft, especially at quarterback, because he offers unmatched talent, but has a limited sample size in the SEC with the Gators.

Jordan Reid, an NFL Draft analyst speaking on the SEC Network, said Richardson’s arm strength is his superpower.

“But everything just looks so easy, as you can see,” he said on air as Richardson hit the ceiling while he attempted a 60-yard pass.

After the workout, Richardson said he’s not sure whether he’ll keep doing back flips. It could depend on what his new team thinks. “I’m getting older,” he said with a laugh.

Richardson asked if he hit the roof of the Gators’ indoor facility on purpose, Richardson smiled and said, “I’d seen Will Levis do it. Thought I’d see if I could put a hole through it.”

H/T Albert Breer and Julianna Reichenbach.