Ezekiel Elliott was the latest former Ohio State player to be revealed as one of this year's NFL's Top 100 on Monday night, when the Dallas Cowboys running back was revealed as the No. 54 player on this year's countdown of the league's best players, as voted on by NFL players and televised on NFL Network.
Elliott was ranked as the league's seventh-best player on last year's edition of the NFL's Top 100, after he led the league with 1,631 rushing yards as a rookie, but ran for only 983 yards last season after being suspended six games for a violation of the league's personal conduct policy.
Elliott is the fifth Buckeye to be revealed in this year's NFL's Top 100, joining Carlos Hyde (No. 97), Malcolm Jenkins (No. 96), Marshon Lattimore (No. 82) and Michael Thomas (No. 81). This year's list includes a total of eight players from Ohio State, most among all schools, though the final three are yet to be revealed.