A junior college transfer who will work out as a Cowboy Back ... Rated as a three-star junior college prospect by 247Sports ... Also notched as the No. 3 junior college transfer in the state of Oklahoma and No. 5 player at his position among this year’s class ... 247Sports lists him as the No. 99 junior college player nationally.
Junior College: Spent his first two years of eligibility playing for coach Clay Patterson at Northeastern Oklahoma ... Played in the first six games of the 2017 season ... Caught two passes during his second season for 23 yards, which included a 19-yard reception and his first touchdown of the season during NEO’s 42-14 victory over Kilgore on Sept. 30, 2017 ... Contributed on an offense that led Region XIV in total offense (6,222 yards), total yards per game (518.5), rushing yards (2,930), rushing yards per game (244.2), yards per rush (6.2), passing touchdowns (34) and third-down conversion percentage at 45 percent (87-of-193) ... Recorded a tackle against Tyler Junior College on Sept. 16 ... Appeared in 10 games during his freshman season ... Caught three passes for 65 yards as a freshman ... Chose Oklahoma State over offers from Kansas, Central Florida and Coastal Carolina.
High School: Played for coach Tim Holt at Coweta High School ... Recorded 1,067 career receiving yards during his two seasons of high school football ... Hauled in 68 passes at Coweta for an average of 15.7 yards per catch ... Also scored 11 receiving touchdowns, all of which came during his 49-catch, 808-yard senior season that saw him play in 11 games ... Earned all-district honors in both football and basketball.
Personal: Born Sept. 5, 1997 in Tulsa, Oklahoma ... Son of Jay and Holly Ross, who both attended Oklahoma State ... Plans to focus on pre-med studies at OSU.