Reports confirm, he made the cut-off look famous in his football uniform at Ohio State, where he had an illustrious career that included almost 4,000 rushing yards, 43 rushing touchdowns and a national championship.
Elliott was widely regarded as one of the top prospects in this year’s draft. He made the headlines and rumors had it recently that he could be the Dallas Cowboys’ pick at No. 4.
Dallas did select Elliott at No. 4 after all and in what was probably a wise move, the former Buckeye tucked in his dress shirt for his walk onto the stage.