Justyn Ross
Wide ReceiverWR
Probable
Injury Neck
2021 Fantasy Outlook
Ross is arguably the biggest wildcard in the receiver landscape for fantasy. If healthy, Ross may be the most talented receiver in college football. His 112 catches for 1,865 yards and 17 touchdowns through his first two seasons underline that. But health is the issue; Ross missed all of 2020 recovering from surgery to address a congenital spinal fusion. He awaits full medical clearance as of press time, but the expectation is he will be back this fall. Drafting Ross comes down to your risk aversion, but it’s clear that the upside is enormous if he’s back to his old self. Read Past Outlooks
Nixes transfer rumors
Neck
May 10, 2021
Ross (neck) announced Monday via his personal Twitter account that he isn't pursuing a transfer from Clemson.
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The star receiver dispelled rumors that swirled over the weekend suggesting that Ross might be looking to transfer. After missing the entire 2020 season due to a congenital fusion in his spine that required surgery, Ross has been able to take part in some limited work during spring practices. Clemson remains hopeful that he will be fully cleared for fall camp.
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2019 Fantasy Outlook
Ross has two years remaining before heading to the NFL, but until then, he’ll be terrorizing college defenses. The 6-foot-4, 210 pounder dominated on a per-target basis in the regular season last year, averaging 12.2 YPT with six touchdowns on 34 grabs. Then he reached new heights in the Playoff, torching Notre Dame and Alabama for a combined 301 yards and three touchdowns on 12 targets. He’s now set to enter this year as a full-time starter opposite Tee Higgins in a Trevor Lawrence-led offense, meaning he’ll have increased targets from perhaps college football’s most talented quarterback. Look out.
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Aiming for full clearance by fall
Neck
February 23, 2021
Ross (neck) will not participate in contact drills during spring practice and Clemson hopes to have him fully medically cleared by the fall, Grace Raynor of The Athletic reports.
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Returning for another season
Neck
January 14, 2021
Ross (neck) announced via his personal Twitter account that he will return to Clemson next season rather than declare for the 2021 NFL Draft.
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Seen in full pads
Neck
October 21, 2020
Ross worked out in full pads on Wednesday according to his social media.
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No contact expected until fall 2021
Neck
October 14, 2020
Coach Dabo Swinney indicated Wednesday that he hopes Ross (neck) will be available in some capacity next spring but doesn't expect him to be ready for contact until next fall, Grace Raynor of The Athletic reports.
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Out for 2020 with spinal issue
Neck
June 1, 2020
Ross (neck) won't play during the 2020 season after being diagnosed with congenital fusion in his spine, Grace Raynor of The Athletic reports.
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