Ezekiel Elliott is widely regarded as the top running back prospect in this year's draft, despite Derrick Henry being the Heisman Trophy winner. His career at Ohio State was one filled with eye-popping numbers, a National Championship and highlight reels that will live forever and catch the attention of NFL scouts.
He'll continue to bolster his stock as a first rounder on Friday at the NFL Combine. Along with the rest of the running back prospects, Elliott will go through drills, and most importantly, run the 40-yard dash.
He'll do so not only to help himself, but to lend a hand for others. Elliott shared on Instagram that he'll be wearing these awesome custom cleats Friday to raise awareness for victims of domestic violence.
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Today I will be wearing these customized cleats during the combine to help raise awareness for victims of domestic violence. Both pairs will be auctioned off for charity and the proceeds will go to charities in Columbus, Ohio and St. Louis, MO that support and help victims of domestic violence. Join me in the fight to help end domestic violence! Follow this hashtag to lend your support and stay informed of the charity auction. #RunEZE
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As noted in his caption, both pairs will be auctioned off to help support domestic violence victims. Elliott isn't even in the NFL yet, but he's already on the right track to being a likable player off the field.