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Ezekiel Ansah Foundation to scout for American football talent in Ghana

The Ezekiel Ansah Foundation (EAF) have opened applications for interested athletes who will like to play in the American National Football League (NFL).

The NFL is the most popular sport in the United States with millions of people tuning in on match days and the world acclaimed Super Bowl which is played every year to determine the champion for the season.

The EAF team is set to touch down in the country soon for a recruitment drive and interested individuals would have to meet some eligibility requirements to qualify.

Interested applicants should be between the ages of 15-23 years, have a minimum height of six feet four inches and must be athletic enough to compete with the demands of the sport.

Other benefits of successful recruits include the opportunity to enrol at a College in the United States of America.

The closing date for applications is June 3, 2022.

About Ezekiel Ansah Foundation

The Foundation is the brainchild of Ghanaian professional American football defensive end Ezekiel Nana “Ziggy” Ansah formerly of the Detroit Lions (2013–2018), Seattle Seahawks (2019) and San Francisco 49ers (2020).

It aims to create realistic opportunities for the youth in sports/education with an effort to assist them in achieving their goals and inspire the confidence to pursue their dreams.

EAF uses football as an avenue to provide an opportunity for the exposure of talents in Ghana.

Credit: Graphic Sports

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