Rams specialists Greg Zuerlein, Johnny Hekker and Jake McQuaide star in trick shot video

Brian McIntyre

The St. Louis Rams overhauled their kicking game in 2012, parting ways with veteran kicker Josh Brown and punter Donnie Jones in favor of seventh-round kicker Greg Zuerlein and undrafted punter Johnny Hekker. The duo had a successful rookie season, combining to win three NFC Special Teams Player of the Week awards.

Along with long-snapper Jake McQuaide, a 2011 undrafted free agent who signed a four-year contract extension on Monday, the Rams appear set for years to come at the three specialist positions. Hekker, Zuerlein and McQuaide spent a little time this offseason with the guys from Dude Perfect and put together a trick shot video, which was posted to YouTube on Monday.

Viewers don't have to get too far into the clip to be impressed. Less than a minute into the video, Hekker punts a ball from a roof into a kiddie pool placed on a practice field 75 yards away. Hekker, a former high school quarterback who completed all three of his pass attempts for 42 yards and a touchdown last season, followed up that trick by throwing a ball 75 yards into the same pool.

Hekker also punted a ball over the back of his head and into a basketball hoop, a neat trick that may also serve as a reminder that Hekker once had a negative-four-yard punt in a game in college.

Zuerlein, nicknamed "The Leg", averaged 67.1 yards on kickoffs and got in on the trick shot action by kicking off a ball 60 yards into a basketball hoop.

In the ultra-competitive NFC West, we'll be on the lookout for response videos from the Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks. In the meantime, enjoy the video below.

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