The "D-Ezell" is bringing title hopes to Bismarck #buckfever

Tyrone Ezell was signed by the Houston Texans following the 2014 NFL Draft. He was then traded to the New Orleans Saints where he took part in training camp before the 2014 season began.

Tyrone Ezell is a Munhall native who played defensive line for Steel Valley High School, where he was voted First Team All-State. He then went on to play at the University of Pittsburgh, where he played four seasons.

Ezell played four seasons for the Panthers, starting his last two and playing in a total of 38 games. Within those 38 games, Ezell recorded 5.5 sacks, 10 Tackles For Loss (TFL), 2 Pass Break Up's (PBU), and 73 tackles. He played a crucial role in securing Pitt's 2013 Little Caesar's Bowl victory over Bowling Green.

Ezell earned All-ACC honors in his senior season at Pitt.

The "D-Ezell" is interested in becoming a WWE Superstar following his football career.

Coach Richard Davis had this to say about Ezell: "Ezell has a chance to be a dominant player in the CIF. His NFL background speaks for itself, but he is also a exceptional person." Davis really likes Ezell and believes the Bismarck community is going to love him.

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