Clemson receiver Justyn Ross addresses speculation he may be leaving Dabo Swinney's program
If you don’t spend much time on the message boards, you are doing things right.
On the other hand, those who do have been known to create news out of nothing, and that appears to be the case with the rumors surrounding Justyn Ross.
The Alabama native that caused huge waves inside the Yellowhammer State when he signed with Dabo Swinney’s Clemson program over Alabama and Auburn in the 2018 recruiting cycle, only to play a key role in Clemson’s national championship win over Nick Saban’s program during the receiver’s true freshman season, plans to stay in South Carolina.
That’s the latest from Ross, who felt obligated to address the rumors that he was considering transferring to Auburn over the weekend.
Where or why this rumor began to circulate is unclear, but Ross ended the speculation with the following post on Monday morning:
Slow day I see, I’m not transferring 😐
— Justyn Ross (@_jross8) May 10, 2021
In his two seasons at Clemson, Ross has 112 catches for 1,865 yards and 17 touchdowns. During his only appearance in a national title game, Ross had six catches for 153 yards and a touchdown against Alabama.