At the age of 3, Zeke was diagnosed (by a team of 25 neurologists) with opsoclonus-myoclonus syndrome (OMS), an extremely rare disorder of the nervous system that affects just one in 10 million people annually. Zeke was confined to a wheelchair and doctors told him he would never be able to even ride a bike … Zeke’s parents opted for an extremely aggressive and complicated treatment which, over the course of several years, brought his rare disorder under control by the age of 7 and Zeke got to start playing football when he was 10. … Today, he uses his amazing story of perseverance as a platform to raise awareness for the cause and to find other patients with the same extremely rare syndrome. … Zeke started his collegiate career with a commitment to Dordt College, but moved on to the junior college level to play at San Bernardino Valley College. … Had a successful JUCO career, snapping without incident and receiving first team honors on the All-California team in 2019. … Received several scholarship offers at lower-level schools, but chose to become a preferred walk-on at Oklahoma State. He made his FBS Power-5 debut for the Cowboys in 2020 against Kansas, executing a perfect snap on a 24-yard field goal and has been their No. 2 long snapper for the past two seasons.