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Ezekiel Elliott

Sports Collectibles offers a huge selection of authentic Ezekiel Elliott memorabilia. Our best-selling items are Ezekiel Elliott Dallas Cowboys mini helmets, autographed footballs and Ohio State Buckeyes autographed photos. All autographed Ezekiel Elliott items come with Zeke's Official Certificate of Authenticity and matching hologram to ensure authenticity. Zeke has a beautiful signature and his collectibles are only gaining value with every big run. Relive the magical 2014 National Championship with an Ohio State Buckeyes memento or be the first in the neighborhood to get a new, Dallas Cowboys item signed by Elliott.

Ezekiel Elliott is an accomplished high school and college star athlete, who now begins his professional career after being drafted fourth overall by the Dallas Cowboys in the 2016 NFL Draft. Ezekiel, or "Zeke" as he prefers, is considered to be one of the most complete running backs to enter the NFL in the past decade. Elliott was one of the most productive running backs, ranking among the top rushers in Ohio State University's storied history. Zeke comes from a family with deep athletic roots, and he was a four-sport star athlete in high school, excelling in three. The Cowboys are getting a tremendous talent and person in what looks like a sure thing for an organization that prides itself in winning. Elliot is an extremely marketable athlete, as evidenced by his endorsement offers and signed deals before playing in his first NFL game. Ezekiel Elliott has a distinct signature and his name is a popular autograph for collectors, especially on signed Dallas Cowboys helmets or mini helmets, footballs, as well as signed Ohio State mini helmets, photos, and footballs.


While running backs' stock has dropped on Draft day in the past decade, with few backs being selected in the first round, let alone the top-5 picks. Ezekiel Elliott was a can't miss player and found himself ranked towards the top of every team's Draft board. The Cowboys made a smart investment in drafting Zeke with the fourth overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. There may have been more needs for Dallas to fill, but Elliott has all the makings of a truly elite, franchise player, and the Cowboys were more than happy to take him with their first pick. Running behind an offensive line considered to be the best in the league will benefit Zeke greatly, as he's already considered a frontrunner to run away with NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year Award. If you look at Elliott's track record, you'd understand why he is a superstar in the making.


Elliott was a four-sport athlete at John Burroughs High School in Ladue, Missouri, a school known more for its academics. Zeke was a strong student at John Burroughs, keeping up with the rigorous course load while excelling in athletics. In 2014, Elliott would eventually earn Academic All-Big Ten Conference team honors. He graduated from John Burroughs in 2013, and had scholarship offers from 24 major college football programs, including Notre Dame, Georgia, Florida State, Texas, Wisconsin, Tennessee, Penn State, Nebraska, UCLA, Iowa, Kansas State, Arizona State, Illinois, and others. It ultimately came down to a choice between his parents' alma mater, Missouri, where Zeke had some outside pressure to commit to, and Ohio State, which he would eventually choose on Signing Day in 2013. Football had always ben his top sport, but it wasn't the only sport he played, and excelled in.


Zeke was a Missouri State qualifier in sprinting and hurdles, winning four Missouri Class 3 State championships as a senior. He was recognized as the Gatorade Track Athlete of the Year in Missouri, to go along with his collection of football awards and honors. As a senior, he won the State championship in the 100- and 200-meter dash, 110 high hurdles, and 300 meter hurdles. Elliott could reach a different level on the track, as some football scouts didn't regard him for his breakaway speed, despite running a 4.47 at the NFL Combine, good for fourth among running backs. He set personal best-times in the 100- and 200-meter dash with 10.95 and 22.05 seconds, respectively. He also set personal bests with 13.77 seconds in the 110 hurdles and 37.52 seconds in the 300 hurdles. Ezekiel was an extremely versatile athlete, playing a large role on the high school basketball team as well. As a senior, he averaged 13 points per game and six rebounds as a starting forward on the Bombers basketball team, shooting an incredible over 50 percent from the floor. Zeke helped lead the team to a 23-3 record and finished as district runner-up after winning the Metro League. Elliott also played baseball at John Burroughs during the spring.


Where Ezekiel Elliott has made his name, as we all know, is on the football field. The 6-foot 225 lb. running back was considered a four-star recruit, and was ranked him as the fith best all-purpose back in the country in 2013. As a junior, Zeke rushed for 1,802 yards and caught 23 passes for 401 yard, combining for 40 touchdowns (34 rushing, six receiving). These eye-popping numbers earned him Offensive Player of the Year honors from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Just as the Bombers had finished in Ezekiel's sophomore season, the team finished as state runner-up, losing in back-to-back State Championship games. Entering his senior season, Zeke was already becoming a big name in the area and country, and he lived up to the hype. Running for 2,155 yards and 40 touchdowns on the ground, he finished his senior football season with 3,061 all-purpose yards and 50 total touchdowns, while leading John Burroughs to a 13-1 record and their third straight Missouri Class 3 State Championship game. The Bombers came up just short of a Missouri state title again, ending Elliott's incredible high school career. He was named West County and Overall Male Athlete of the Year by STLhighschoolsports.com. Zeke would finish his high school career rushing for more than 4,800 yards and 90 touchdowns.


In what was a tough decision choosing between his parents' alma mater, the University of Missouri, who others strongly urged him to sign with, but Zeke ultimately made his own decision to attend Ohio State University. The rest is history as he would become the second all-time leading rusher at OSU, leaving a year early and having just two full years as the starting running back. He won a National Championship in 2014, as the Buckeyes defeated the Oregon Ducks behind a monster game by Elliott. He rushed for 246 yards and four touchdowns, earning him Offensive MVP of the game, which followed his Offensive Player of the Game recognition for his 230-yard rushing game over No. 1 ranked Alabama. In 2015, Zeke rushed for 1,821 yards and 23 touchdowns. Elliott finishes with 3,961 rushing yards, ahead of former NFL star Eddie George and behind OSU legend Archie Griffin.


Ezekiel Elliott racked up a number of awards at Ohio State, including: 2015 Unanimous All-Big Ten, 2015 Second-team All-American, 2015 Big Ten Offensive Player of the Year, 2015 Big Ten Running Back of the Year, 2014 Archie Griffin Award, 2014 James E. Sullivan Award, 2015 Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year, 2015 Ameche-Dayne Running Dayne Running Back of the Year. An impressive college career got the attention of NFL scouts, and his signed Ohio State memorabilia, with "2014 National Champs" inscription or autograph alone continues to sell well for Buckeyes fans.


Being drafted fourth overall puts a lot of pressure on an athlete, but Zeke is taking it in stride. He has found himself ranked as a top-10 fantasy football player heading into his first NFL season. Not many players enter the NFL with as much hype as Elliott, who was drafted at age 20. He and other former Ohio State stars highlighted the 2016 NFL Draft. Third overall pick defensive end Joey Bosa was the first off the board to the San Diego Chargers, with Zeke getting selected with the following pick, leaving fans of "America's Team" rejoicing. Also drafted in the first round from the Buckeyes were cornerback Eli Apple (No. 10 New York Giants), offensive tackle Taylor Decker (No. 16 Detroit Lions), and outside linebacker Darron Lee (No. 20 New York Jets). Wide receiver Michael Thomas and safety Vonn Bell were second round selections and will remain teammates on the New Orleans Saints. Defensive tackle Adolphus Washington (Buffalo Bills), wide receiver Braxton Miller (Houston Texans), and tight end Nick Vannett (Seattle Seahawks) were third round picks. Outside linebacker Joshua Perry (San Diego Chargers) and quarterback Cardale Jones (Bills) were drafted in the fourth round. The NFL recognizes the talent that continues to come out of Ohio State, and wide receiver Jalin Marshall and safety Tyvis Powell are fighting for spots on an NFL roster. All the players mentioned have signed Ohio State memorabilia listed on sportscollectibles.com. The top items for online shoppers are signed mini helmets, autographed photos, signed footballs, and more. Urban Meyer even has a fair share of signed Ohio State collectibles for Buckeyes fans, most with the "2014 National Champs" inscription.


Ezekiel Elliott was raised in Alton, Illinois, just outside of St. Louis, Missouri, the son of two former University of Missouri athletes. His father, Stacy, was an outside linebacker for the Tigers and became Zeke's agent once he declared pro. His mother, Dawn, was a heptathlete on the track and field team at Missouri, still owning the second-longest triple jump mark. Zeke is universally well-liked, always seen smiling, which has helped make him a very marketable athlete. Zeke has two dogs, Ace and Chase; Ace, believe it or not, has his own Instagram account, worth checking out. He is a role model to plenty for kids who've watched him compete in the St. Louis-area, at Ohio State, and now to young Cowboys fans, but what Zeke probably takes more pride in is being an older brother and role model to his two younger sisters, Lailah and Aaliyah. Both of Zeke's sisters are excelling in track and field, taking after their mother and older brother. Dawn also excelled as a basketball player at Mount Ayr High School in Iowa, and was named the Des Moines Register's Female Athlete of the Year in 1990. Even though Stacy played at Missouri and encouraged Zeke to become a Tiger, he quickly transformed into one of the biggest Buckeye supporters, and eventually recruiters. While working in St. Louis with at-risk youth, Stacy would commute to Columbus and head coach Urban Meyer appointed him as a "helper," or recruiter, for families visiting the campus. Stacy would talk to potential recruit's parents and help paint a picture of the lifestyle at OSU. If you see Stacy now, you would think that he's bled scarlet his entire life. Stacy now oversees Ezekiel's business decisions and serves as a second agent to his son as he begins his NFL career. It's not hard to believe that Zeke has gotten to where he has, considering the guidance and support of his family, who instilled goal-setting and academics before he had ever been tossed a football.


Ezekiel Elliott's potential marketability is infinite, as he already has endorsements with Nike, Old Spice, and Twin Peaks, with more to come. If Zeke takes off the way he is projected to for the Cowboys, his phone will be ringing off the hook. With the Cowboys remaining one of the NFL's most popular and widely followed teams, along with a running back who is equally talented as he is charismatic. Within the first month following the NFL Draft, Ezekiel Elliott's No. 21 was the number one selling jersey, passing names like the Packers Aaron Rodgers, Patriots Rob Gronkowski, and Panthers Cam Newton before his first regular season game. His signed Ohio State jersey remains a hot selling item as well. Elliott is yet to sign any Cowboys memorabilia to this point, but we have a hunch that Cowboys mini helmets, signed footballs, and more collectibles will be coming soon.


After his final game, a Fiesta Bowl victory, Zeke teamed up with Sports Collectibles for an autograph appearance tour throughout the state of Ohio, meeting and signing for fans in several cities, accompanied by his father Stacy. Buckeyes fans got their first opportunity to get signed Ohio State mini helmets, signed footballs, photos, and other autographed memorabilia. His first signing was on January 9 in Strongsville, where OSU fans crowded the venue to get the first wave of Ezekiel Elliott signed items. Just two weeks later on January 24, Zeke was back in Columbus for the Midwest Sports Spectacular, where he set a public autograph record of 636 paid tickets to receive his signature on Ohio State collectibles. And that's not counting the autographs he signed for memorabilia dealers and fans arriving late in the backroom, easily signing his unique autograph over 1,000 times on that date, all with his trademark grin. The next time Elliott and Sports Collectibles worked together for a signing was on March 7 at The Mall at Fairfield Commons in Dayton, followed by a March 21 signing at Franklin Park Mall in Toledo. The last signing took place in Polaris in early April, before the NFL Draft. Ohio State fans filled each venue as they took full advantage of their chances to get Ezekiel Elliott signed items, along with other Buckeyes National Champions, many leaving with signed "2014 National Champions" inscription on Ohio State footballs, jerseys, signed mini helmets, and signed photos.


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