"It was good to see my No.1 team on my list beat a team I had marked off my list [Florida]. It was good to see I made a good decision with that. I had been telling close friends and family that if Alabama got that win, then I would commit. It worked out exactly how I wanted it. I am feeling pretty good about it," he said.
"I am 100% committed to Alabama. I will not take any other official visits."
The Crimson Tide is in the mix for Homewood four-star receiver Tim Hawthorne as well. Hawthorne was in Tuscaloosa for an unofficial visit for the Tide-Gator game and could join Ross next fall in Tuscaloosa.
"Hopefully, Tim can be a part of our class," said Ross. "I want us to get all the big time players, and the guys who can help us win a national championship. Tim definitely fits that category. He is as good as anybody I think. I think after this weekend, he really liked the deep balls that were thrown, and the offensive plays Alabama was calling. Hopefully, things have changed a little bit in his mind after this weekend."
Ross was named Super All-State and Super All-Metro after completing his junior season.