When a 6-foot-6, 351-pound offensive lineman attends a college party, it’s probably hard to blend in.

Just ask Isaiah Wilson, who was recently spotted at a Tennessee State off-campus party.

Even better, when police showed up, the massive Tennessee Titan rookie lineman attempted to jump from a second-floor balcony to evade detection according to the Tennessee State police report from the incident obtained by Titans beat writer Paul Kuharsky of PaulKuharsky.com.

Thankfully, Wilson didn’t jump, as he could have injured himself in the middle of Titans training camp.

Following this news, Titans head coach Mike Vrabel commented on his rookie lineman’s appearance at the party.

“We’re aware of the situation at TSU during a no-visitors policy and continue to stress the importance of good decision making as we go outside the facility,” Vrabel said.

NFL players participating in training camp are currently prohibited from attending gatherings of larger than 15 people with attendees wearing masks and social distancing. Needless to say, Wilson likely broke that rule this weekend by attending the party.

Wilson was previously listed on Tennessee’s Reserve-COVID-19 list, meaning he either already tested positive for the virus previously or he was in contact with someone that did.

The Titans selected Wilson with the No. 29 overall selection in the 2020 NFL Draft following his three seasons in Athens.