Ezekiel Ansah is by far the most intriguing prospect in the 2013 NFL draft.
The Ghana native has only been playing football for three years after originally signing to BYU as a member of the track team. He only recorded 10 total tackles in his first two seasons on the football team.
"Ziggy" exploded onto the scene and scouts' radars during his senior campaign where he used his rare combination of size and athleticism to wreck havoc on opposing offenses. He played all over the field during his collegiate career, and his versatility could make him valuable to NFL defensive coordinators.
Ansah has been rocketing up draft boards due to his seemingly unlimited untapped potential. He could go as high as the No. 2 pick to the Jacksonville Jaguars, according to Mel Kiper's latest mock draft.
Drafting Ansah doesn't come without risk, however, as he is the definition of a one-year wonder. It's going to take some time to develop his skills, but he has all the tools necessary to be a dominant force in the NFL.
Here are the top seven plays from Ansah's stellar 2012 season.