Tiger fans got some great news today when WR Justyn Ross, one of their big playmakers, announced via Twitter that he would be returning next season after having season ending neck surgery in the off season. Ross played a huge roll in Clemson’s National title season in 2018 and their playoff run in 2019. It was uncertain for a while whether he would be able to return to play the game he loved and then whether he would leave for the NFL.
Over his two seasons, Ross has recorded 112 catches for 1,865 yards with 17 touchdowns in 929 snaps over 29 career games (14 starts). He was a freshman All-American after Clemson’s 2018 national title season and was an honorable-mention All-ACC pick for his sophomore season.