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LGHL Ezekiel Elliott anxious and excited to find out where he'll go in the NFL Draft

Discussion in 'News' started by Harry Lyles Jr., Apr 27, 2016.

  1. Ezekiel Elliott anxious and excited to find out where he'll go in the NFL Draft
    Harry Lyles Jr.
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    Zeke sat down with SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein to discuss the draft, this work ethic, and which former teammate he'd build his team around.

    Former Ohio State running back and highly-touted NFL prospect Ezekiel Elliott spoke to SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein about the upcoming NFL Draft. Elliott mentioned that he was feeling very anxious and excited, ready to find out where his new home and team will be.

    Elliott told Rubenstein that he believes he's a three-down back, and his ability to run inside and outside of the tackles will help him translate his game into NFL offenses. He also said that his work ethic turned him from an average player into a star, and praised Urban Meyer for pushing him to become the player he knew that he was capable of becoming.

    Zeke apologized to Rubenstein for running all over his Oregon Ducks in the 2014 College Football Playoff National Championship game also revealed who he would build his team around if he had to pick one of his former teammates, and his answer might surprise you.

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