BYU senior defensive end Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah talked to reporters after BYU's Pro Day on Wednesday at the school's Indoor Practice Facility.
Ansah, projected to go in the first round of April's NFL Draft, did not run the 40-yard dash Wednesday or do any other timed or measured drills. He did some defensive-line drills, most notably with a coach from the Oakland Raiders who worked him to the point of exhaustion.
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