Who is Ezekiel Elliott?
Ezekiel Elijah Elliot, better known as Ezekiel Elliot, is a professional football player from the United States. He is a member of the National Football League’s Dallas Cowboys (NFL). He is a running back who wears shirt number 21. In the 2016 NFL Draft, he was selected fourth overall by the Dallas Cowboys. He led the league in rushing yards during his rookie season in the NFL. Following his rookie season performance, he was also invited to the Pro Bowl
Quick Facts of Ezekiel Elliott
|Full Name:||Ezekiel Elliott|
|Age:||26 years old|
|Birthday:||22 July 1995|
|Net Worth:||$20 million|
Who is Ezekiel Elliott Currently Dating?
According to reports, the young and aspiring running back is single. There have been no reports in the media about his extramarital affairs. The 23-year-old is solely concerned with his NFL career.
He bought his parents a new house after signing his rookie contract with the Cowboys. Kosta Karageorge, another Buckeye teammate, was a close friend of his. Karageorge killed himself with a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.
What is the Height of Ezekiel Elliott?
The 23-year-old aspiring running back stands 1.83 m tall, or 6 feet tall. He weighs 228 pounds (103 kilograms) in weight. He has a muscular physique. He has taken good care of his body. His eyes are brown, and his hair is black.
What is the Net Worth of Ezekiel Elliott?
The Cowboys’ 23-year-old young running back has a long way to go. His performance in the NFL has garnered him widespread acclaim. In order to begin his NFL career, he signed a four-year rookie contract with the Cowboys in 2016 for a reported $24.9 million with a $16.3 million signing bonus. His annual salary is reported to be $16 million. His net worth is estimated to be around $12 million as of 2018.
When did Ezekiel Elliott Begin his Career?
- He signed with Ohio State University in 2013 and played for the Buckeyes. He finished his three seasons at Ohio State with 3,961 rushing yards, 43 rushing touchdowns, 449 receiving yards, and one touchdown.
- His performance in Ohio State’s win over the Wisconsin Badgers qualified the Buckeyes for their first-ever College Football Playoff.
- He was named the 2015 Sugar Bowl and College Football Playoff National Championship Game Offensive MVP.
- In the 2016 NFL Draft, the Dallas Cowboys selected Elliot in the first round with the fourth overall pick. He reportedly signed a four-year rookie contract with the Cowboys worth $24.9 million, plus a $16.3 million signing bonus.
- In his rookie season, he surpassed veterans Alfred Moris and Darren McFadden to become the starting running back.
- He finished his rookie season as the NFL’s leading rusher (1,631 yards) and third in touchdowns (15).
- His success in his first season earned him a spot on the First-Team All-Pro.
- He was named to his first Pro Bowl, joining Dak Prescott as the NFL’s first running back and quarterback duo.
- For violating the personal conduct policy, he was suspended for the first six games of the 2017 season. In 2016, he was accused of domestic violence five times against his ex-girlfriend.
- During his suspension, he traveled to Mexico to train and rehab his hamstrings before returning after his reinstatement.
- He rushed for 200 yards for the fourth time in his career against the Atlanta Falcons in November 2018, tying him with DeMarco Murray and Emmitt Smith for the most in franchise history.
- CFP national champion in 2014
- Big Ten Conference Champion in 2014
- James E. Sullivan Award in 201
- Offensive MVP of the 2015 Sugar Bowl
- Offensive MVP of the 2015 College Football Playoff National Championship Game
- Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year in 2015
- AmecheDayne Running Back of the Year in 2015
- All-Big Ten First Team was unanimously selected in 2015.
- Second-Team All-American in 2015.
- Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year in 2015
- Big Ten Most Valuable Player in 201
- PFWA All-Rookie Team in 2016
- All-Pro First Team in 2016
- FedEx Ground Player of the Year in 2016
- Two Pro Bowl appearances in 2016 and 2018
- In both 2016 and 2018, he led the NFL in rushing yards.
- There are four Pepsi NFL Rookies of the Week.