Former Ohio State running back Ezekiel Elliott is donating his NFL combine cleats to charity to support domestic violence victims.
Elliott on Friday posted a photo of his custom cleats:
Today I will be wearing these customized cleats during the combine to help raise awareness for victims of domestic violence. Both pairs will be auctioned off for charity and the proceeds will go to charities in Columbus, Ohio and St. Louis, MO that support and help victims of domestic violence. Join me in the fight to help end domestic violence! Follow this hashtag to lend your support and stay informed of the charity auction. #RunEZE
Elliott rushed for more than 1,800 yards in each of his final seasons in Columbus and had 41 total touchdowns. He is No. 14 in the Scouts Inc. prospect rankings and will likely be a first-round pick in the draft.