Ansah is getting plenty of support from his native country.
DETROIT, MI – Detroit Lions draft pick Ezekiel Ansah, a defensive end from Accra, Ghana, is getting plenty of support from his native country.
Check out below some of the well wishes fellow Ghanaians gave him via Twitter after the Lions selected him Friday night with the franchise’s No. 5 pick.
The reaction on Twitter comes within a 100-kilometer radius of Ansah’s hometown.
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Ansah is a 6-foot-5, 270-pound defensive end out of Brigham Young that has only about three years of organized American football experience.
He played 31 games for BYU from 2010-12 and recorded 72 tackles & 4.5 sacks.
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