Gender reveal videos are all the rage for soon-to-be parents - and when it came time for associate director of the Blue Devils Network, Nolan Elingburg, and his wife Danielle to unveil the sex of their baby, they had to ask Zion Williamson for help.

The future #1 overall pick obliged, as he threw down a casual dunk with a ball that exploded to reveal blue confetti.

Williamson was recently named the AP Player of the Year after securing 59 of 64 total votes, in a surprise to literally no one. The 18-year old phenom averaged 22.6 points, 8.9 rebounds, 2.1 steals and 1.8 blocks per game to go along with an extensive list of highlight reel plays on both ends of the floor.

Williamson was also named ACC Player and Rookie of the Year, in addition to winning the Wayman Tisdale Award as the nation's top freshman. He and teammate R.J. Barrett also earned All America First Team honors, marking just the second time that two freshman teammates were selected to the All-America First Team. 

Williamson, who could be inline for a historic sneaker deal, will learn where he'll be playing next season on May 14, when the highly anticipated NBA Draft Lottery takes place. 

Check out some of his freshman season highlights below.