Anthony Ezeakunne

From Bellflower, California, Ezeakunne signed on with the local Division III Chapman University to play college ball. There, Ezeakunne starred, becoming a 2x All-SCIAC 1st team selection and recording 30 receptions for 364 yards and 5 TD’d in 25 games.

The 6’4″, 240 lb Ezeakunne was selected to participate in the National Bowl Game, an annual All-Star game consisting of elite players from low-tier, non-Football Bowl Subdivisions. His strong performance earned him an invite to an NFL Regional Combine.

Despite going undrafted, Ezeakunne was signed a free agent contract with the Cleveland Browns. At age 24, Ezeakunne brought his strength, size, and speed to The Spring League’s inaugural season.

You can catch his collegiate highlights here:

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  • 1696 1696 1696. Playing for the West Team, Jersey #87. He is a play maker, prototype football player and the most coachable player out there. He is super strong fast and athletic with great hands who knows how to play football. His football IQ is other worldly. From the entire west coast. NFL bound. We loved you in that Old Spice commercial with Von Miller. Such a great leader and servant too. You just make all of us greater

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