Devin Ross talks about why he's a Buff

Some early Colorado commitments wasn't sure what to think last November when a coaching change was made. One California athlete that made his pledge to the former staff was Devin Ross, a three star wide out from Mission Hills Bishop Alemany HS, made his commitment to the Buffs back on August 4, 2012. Go "Inside" to get to know one of your future Buffs.

Some early Colorado commitments wasn't sure what to think last November when a coaching change was made.

One California athlete that made his pledge to the former staff was Devin Ross, a three star wide out from Mission Hills Bishop Alemany HS, made his commitment to the Buffs back on August 4, 2012.

A lot of things changed between August and the end of November, causing Ross a little nervousness.

BuffPlayBook.com recently caught up with Ross to get his thoughts about why he signed with Colorado.

"I was a little upset at first," Ross said. "I was really close to the wide receiver coach."

It didn't take long for Ross to build a solid relationship with Coach Mike MacIntyre and his coaching staff.

"I like how Coach MacIntyre puts family first in his program," Ross said. "He cares about us beyond football."

Ross has also built a solid relationship with Buffs new wide receiver coach Troy Walters.

"I like Coach Walters a lot," Ross said. "Coach Walters and Coach MacIntyre really came after me once they were hired. They recruited me the hardest, they told me that they saw something special in me like no one else did."

Ross really liked the campus in Boulder when he visited the campus.

"I like it a lot there," Ross said. "I really feel like I will fit in well."

Ross, a 5-foot-10, 175-pound wide receiver with 4.49 speed, expects to come in and compete right away for playing time.

"They are telling me to be ready," Ross said. "To be physically ready and ready to come in and compete for playing time. I can't wait."

Ross had offers from Utah, Washington State, San Diego State, Cal, Wyoming, Minnesota, Hawaii, Boston College and Washington.


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