SAN ANTONIO — Wednesday was a day of rest — time off the football field, at least — for the U.S. Army All-Americans. For players such as Ohio State commit Ezekiel Elliott (St. Louis/John Burroughs), the rest was well deserved. An ESPN 150 running back, Elliott has double-dipped for the West team as a running back and a defensive back. The 6-foot, 205-pound athlete has seen time at safety because of roster injuries. While some Buckeyes fans are questioning the move, Elliott is just happy to be in San Antonio competing and wearing his white No.
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