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Published: Friday, April 26 2013 5:30 p.m. MDT

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Aurora, CO

Great young man that will be an inspiration to many who have been told they cannot do something but have a desire that will not be snuffed out. He has great tools that cannot be manufactured, but his greatest gift is the motor inside him that drives his quest for perfection. He will be a great football player (already has attained a remarkable feat in getting drafted 5th in the NFL) but there is also a greater reward for him as he turns that remarkable drive toward things outside of football. The sky is the limit for Ziggy. What a great example for all for us.

Hey Baby
Franklin, IN

Nice article...bad picture however! It seems you guys took out his new 3-D glasses (with no lenses)...

What happened?

New to Utah

Ziggy Ansahs story is heart warming and incredible at the same time. He literally came from nowhere to be the #5 pick in the NFL draft.

Y Grad / Y Dad
Richland, WA

I remember being confused where everything went too.

Didn't end near as well for me...

Thanks, Ziggy, for everything you are!

Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

Maybe those missionaries who befriended him deserve a little credit. Where would Ezekiel Ansah be at this moment had they not gone there to find him?

Billy Budd
Saint George, UT

Congratulations Ziggy.
Without Ziggy, there would have been no Cougars taken in the draft.

Star Bright
Salt Lake City, Ut

Billy Budd: There's always one!

Columbia, MO

I'm sure that the BYU basketball team could have used Ziggy this past season. They really needed depth on the front line. However, things worked out better for Ziggy.

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