Ross was a redshirt junior last season. He'll graduate next week and will be immediately eligible where he intends to play.
Primarily a kick returner - and one of the best in the nation two years ago, Ross averaged 25.7 yards per return, third-best all-time at Oklahoma, and finished 301 yards shy of tying the program record. Ross earned All-American status two years ago when he scored twice returning kicks and averaged 31.2 yards per return.
"Alex has been a great teammate and team guy for four years for us, and we've always been proud of him," Stoops said in a release. "This is an opportunity for him to go somewhere else and play full time. We wish him the best."
Ross, a Jenks High graduate, finished his Oklahoma career with 786 yards and five touchdowns. He will graduate with a degree in Oklahoma's Arts and Sciences Planned Program.