Oakland Raiders general manager Reggie McKenzie selected Khalil Mack fifth-overall in the 2014 NFL Draft, and all he has done is live up to the draft pick in his two years in the league.
Mack started all 16 games this season while finishing with 77 tackles, two forced fumbles and 15 sacks, the second most in the NFL.
Still, the young defender made history on Friday when All-Pro voters voted him to the first team at two positions - both as an outside linebacker and a defensive end.
The Associated Press announced that he is the first player to do this. Other players have made the first team at one position and the second team at another, but Mack is the first player in history to make the first team at multiple positions.
Mack continues to develop into a dominant player on defense and will be a key piece for McKenzie and the Raiders to build around.