California Corner Now Holds Four Offers

Arizona was the first school to offer <b>Devin Ross</b> two weeks ago. Last week he received offers from Washington State and Colorado State, and just yesterday Nebraska offered. The Wildcats are one of many teams on his early list. His family is moving to Arizona very soon which is helping the chances of garnering his services.

Height: 5-11
Weight: 180
40 time: 4.44
Bench: 290
Squat: 375
Clean: 260
Vertical:'36
From: Rancho Cucamonga, California
High School: Rancho Cucamonga

"I like Coach Stoops at Arizona," said Devin Ross. "I think he is a good coach and he is bringing in some good talent from the midwest and he is starting to also bring in some good California players."

Coach Canales is after Ross for the Cats.

As a junior, he had 34 carries for 334 yards and five touchdowns. He also caught three passes for 93 yards and returned a kick for a touchdown. On defense, he had 44 tackles, two fumble recoveries and one blocked punt for a touchdown. Ross was named first team all-league on defense and second team all-league on offense. His future is most likely as a corner.

"I have great speed and tackling ability. I am very good at covering. I think I am a shutdown corner."

He is looking at a lot of schools early in the process. "I like UCLA, Cal, Oklahoma, USC, Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado State, Washington State, Nebraska, Oregon, and Oregon State. I am completely open right now and do not have a favorite."

His mom, dad and sister are soon moving to a new city being developed just west of Phoenix. "It would be cool if I could go to one of the Arizona schools so my family could come watch me play, but we'll see what happens."

He is planning to visit ASU for junior day on Saturday, April 9th. He'll be at USC's Junior Day, April 3rd. Ross will most likely attend the Stanford Nike Combine, but has no other summer camp plans at this time.

He carries a 2.2 core GPA and is taking the SAT on June 4th. Ross would like to major in Communications.


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