Approximately 20 hours ago the Portland Tribune reported that current Nebraska commit David Ross had…
SHOCKER: No. 19 CB switches verbal to Beavs
Oregon, Cal, Washington and Nebraska were among the many who extended scholarship offers to the lockdown corner this recruiting season.
An uber-athlete, Ross played quarterback for the Dons this year and some schools offering him a scholarship also liked him at the wide receiver position, although his future at Oregon State looks to be at cornerback.
The corner spot is one of the few positions where a true freshman can come in and play or start right away, albeit the player in question has to be a special one. Ross (6-1, 185, 4.5) would appear to be one that would fit the bill. And like all good corners, he has that swagger to him.
"I'm very physical and can run with any receiver," Ross told Scout.com earlier this year. "I have good speed and moves. I'm like a Deion Sanders, but more physical. Of course, I still want to get faster. You can never have enough speed."
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