Twitter Had A Little Fun With Ezekiel Elliott’s Crop Top Look At NFL Draft

First draft perspective Ezekiel Elliott found a way to bring back the banned cut off jersey look to the league in a hilarious way when he sported a crop top with a fitting bow tie to the 2016 NFL Draft Thursday. (April 28.)

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Fans peeped Elliott’s signature look during his Buckeyes days before it was reportedly prohibite by the NCAA. While the NFL follows the same rule, the 20-year-old revealed the look on the red carpet with pride. While his choice to wear blue hinted towards a potential team up with the Dallas Cowboys, his cut off button-up stole the show. It also predictably lead to a drag session on the interwebs.

Go home #ezekielelliott @chicagobears #winniethepooh #nfl

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SB Nation explains the  running back’s reasoning behind the looks began during his 2014 season with the Buckeyes as a defense mechanism. Elliott wasn’t the only one to make a fashion statement during the big night. Prospects like former Ole Miss offensive tackle Laremy Tunsil was also subjected to some slander by Sports Twitter.”

With the NFL Draft being a one time moment and all, everyone is looking to leave their very fashionable mark.

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