Watch: Ezekiel Elliot Breaks Down His Impressive Blocking Game

The former Buckeye talks about the biggest strength he's bringing over to the NFL. (And no, it's not wearing crop-tops.)

Ezekiel Elliott, former Ohio State Buckeyes running back, had a brief stint as a fullback when he initially started playing football.

Since then, Elliott lead the Buckeyes in rushing the last two years and was integral in their 2015 National Championship victory—with the biggest component of his game being his blocking ability.  

Elliott will be facing some steep competition in Derrick Henry and Peyton Barber if he hopes to be selected as the number one running back in the draft. However, when asked if he was worried Elliott replied, "I just focus on what I can control, and that's how I go out tomorrow and compete."

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