There are few players in college football that are more impressive than Ohio State Buckeyes star running back Ezekiel Elliott.
As a sophomore last season, Elliott had a breakout campaign as he recorded 1,878 yards and 18 rushing touchdowns on his way to leading the Buckeyes over the Alabama Crimson Tide and Oregon Ducks in the College Football Playoff. When his season was in the books, Elliott and his teammates were national champions.
Now, Elliott may have another accomplishment to add to his resume.
Over the weekend, a photo surfaced on social media that showed Elliott in front of a home with a camera crew surrounding him. The photo of the St. Louis native was accompanied by a caption reading, “Where it all started! The making of ESPN’s E60 feature “The Rise of Ezekiel Elijah Elliott.”
Is Elliott set to be featured in an upcoming E:60 documentary?
— Ambassador Elliott (@stacy_elliott) June 7, 2015
ESPN has yet to comment on whether there will actually be an Elliott E:60, but if there is, the college football world should tune in to see how this Heisman hopeful rose to fame.