Last Wednesday, Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott visited South Oak Cliff High School to speak to their football team.
Elliott delivered what coach Ellis Wheatfall called “memories that will last forever” to the students, and Ellis himself described his relationship with Elliott as a friendship “that will last forever for sure.”
A friendship that will last forever for sure. Big shoutout to my boy Zeke for stopping by the cliff today and speaking to our kids today. Memories that will last forever and we will never forget. Much love family. pic.twitter.com/l7XloJYPbo
Elliott took to Instagram to post this picture with two players and coach Wheatfall, captioning it “Pulled up on them boys in South Oak Cliff yesterday.”
It’s always cool to see the superstars on the Cowboys roster getting into the community and inspiring others. I’m sure plenty of players on that team look up to Ezekiel Elliott, and this was probably a huge moment for all involved.
As a side note – Elliott looks like he’s been keeping in great shape during the quarantine period. He looks locked in and ready to go for the 2020 season.