The NFL's youngest player is turning every touchdown reception into a 20-year-old's version of recess.

Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster celebrated his third scoring grab of the season on Sunday against Cincinnati with a game of hide-and-seek.

Yes, really.

Smith-Schuster, who earlier this season paid tribute to the cartoon Dragon Ball Z after scoring in Baltimore, decided to let his teammates in on the act after giving the Steelers a 14-7 lead with a 31-yard touchdown grab.

Smith-Schuster hide his eyes while running back Le'Veon Bell hit behind the goalpost. Smith-Schuster counted to five, found Bell and then chased him to the sideline.

Smith-Schuster, who wears SpongeBob Squarepants slippers and rides a bicycle to the team's practice facility, said after scoring his first TD of the season last month he planned to get more creative as the year wore on.

He wasn't kidding. Can Capture the Flag be far behind?