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April 29, 2016 / Posted by:

Ezekiel Elliott, football player and more importantly, a modern day dandy who is trying to bring the midriff-on-dudes look back!

Something called the “NFL Draft” went down yesterday, and Ezekiel Elliott, a 20-year-old running back from Ohio State, was the first and only draft of my heart when he showed up dressed like Agador the houseboy from The Birdcage going to a formal Easter Day tea dance. That pucker-inducing ensemble is something Kelly Kapowski would design if she designed a line of church clothes for Brooks Brothers affordable line called Brooks Step-Brothers. If someone took a Southern toddler’s christening reception suit and blew up every piece except for the shirt into an adult size, it would look like the sharp-as-fuck outfit that Ezekiel wore to NFL Draft Day.

With that being said, Ezekiel’s look is not perfect. Dude spent approximately 13 hours (I’m underestimating) meticulously perfecting his flatline hairline with help from a ruler and a steady hand, and yet he just sloppily turned his shirt into a crop top by tucking it under. But the thought is there! And that isn’t the first time that the proud graduate of Billy Joel’s School of Driving has worked the crop top look:

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Ezekiel was drafted fourth and now he’s a member of the Dallas Cowboys. And thanks to that development, I’m sure the Cowboys cheerleaders are going to get new uniforms next season and I’m sure those uniforms will completely cover up their midriffs. Because they know that their new running back is going to work the midriff look better than they ever could. Show’ em, Ezekiel!

Pics: Getty, AP

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