Pepperdine guard Keion Bell made SportsCenter last year with his dunk over five people during Midnight Madness, and this year, he's really outdone himself.
Bell, the Waves' leading scorer, brought down the house Friday with his leap and dunk over seven people that had the public address announcer screaming "SEVEN HUMAN BEINGS!"
For props, Bell used three teammates -- Richard Branning, Joshua Lowery, Don Martin -- a student manager, two women's basketball players and a child he pulled out of the audience.
The show of athleticism won Bell the dunk contest and capped off a night where he unleashed an assortment of eye-popping jams.
With his first two dunks, Bell caught a ball thrown off the shot clock and did a windmill and then did a 360 while taking the ball through the legs before dunking.
He later threw the ball off the wall behind the basket, caught it and did another windmill to set the stage for a grand finale that did not disappoint.