Former Clemson Wideout Justyn Ross Not Selected In NFL Draft
The NFL Draft has come and gone with former Clemson wideout Justyn Ross never hearing his name called.
Only Andrew Booth Jr. and Baylon Spector heard their names called. The last time Clemson had just two players selected in the draft was in 2008,
Tommy Bowden was the head coach in the 2008 NFL Draft. It's a record low for the Dabo Swinney era, as the previous low was three in 2018.
The biggest surprise, though, was Ross not being drafted. The former 5-star prospect out of Alabama was all but considered a first-round lock after bursting
He caught 46 passes for a team-high 1,000 yards, with nine touchdowns. His 21.7-yard average per catch was a single-season school record among players with at least 20 receptions,
The dynamic wideout had two memorable performances in the 2018 College Football Playoff wins over Notre Dame and Alabama,
The freshman torched the Crimson Tide in the national title game, grabbing 6 catches for 153 yards, including a 74-yard touchdown.
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