Found January 23, 2013 on Blue Cougar Football:
Shortly after the 2012 NFL Draft concluded, University of Utah defensive lineman Star Lotulelei was projected as the first overall pick in the 2013 NFL Draft. Fast forward nine months, and there is now talk that another player from the Beehive State might be the first player taken in the NFL Draft April 25. That player is Brigham Young Cougars defensive lineman Ezekiel Ansah.On January 15, CBS Draft Analyst Pete Prisco tweeted, "Just an early look at the draft, I'm not so sure the kid from #BYU [Ansah] shouldn't be the first pick." Prisco clarified in a follow up tweet that if NFL executives feel Ansah will end up being the next Jason Pierre-Paul of the New York Giants then they should take him with the first overall pick. Like Ansah, Pierre-Paul didn't start playing football until a few years before being eligible for the NFL draft. He was selected 15th overall by the Giants in the 2010 draft.  BLUE COUGAR FOOTBALL first started discussing the possibility of A...

Ezekiel Ansah expected to be drafted in the mid-first round

Ever since he became a starter in game five of the 2012 season, Brigham Young Cougars defensive lineman Ezekiel Ansah has been climbing up the NFL draft boards. By the end of the season, Ansah had almost assured himself a spot in the first round. With the evaluation process now in full force, the question has become just how high Ansah can rise in the NFL Draft.As noted Wednesday...
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