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Name: Tyrese Ross (Transfer from Washington State)
College: South Carolina     Number: 1
Height: 6-2   Weight: 181
Position: SS  Pos2: FS
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2023

40 Low: 4.48
   40 Time: 4.58
  40 High: 4.67
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Weight: 181

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: Transfer from Washington State...2020: NAC

 Tyrese Ross, South Carolina, Player News


  Tyrese Ross has seen the clip ad nauseum. Asked by a reporter about a play in a 2019 game between Washington State and Houston, Ross' memory refers back toward that day in Pullman, Washington. Then in his freshman year at Washington State, Ross soared down the field on a kickoff, squared his shoulders and crunched Cougars kick returner Bryson Smith, giving off a sound closer to a car wreck than plastic pads crunching together. "You can definitely say aggressiveness," Ross said of how he would characterize his strengths. "But my game is more versatility - being able to be a vocal leader, play multiple positions and make sure our defense is on the same unit."

Monday, Ross announced his decision to transfer from Washington State to South Carolina via Twitter. A hard-hitting safety by nature, he'll bring a bruising but tempered presence to a Gamecock secondary in desperate need of playmakers. Rated the No. 1,187 player and the No. 95 safety in the 2018 class, Ross held a slew of Group of Five offers along with opportunities at UCLA, Mississippi State, Kansas, Indiana, West Virginia and Virginia Tech. After initially committing to Mississippi State, he backed off that pledge. - Rock Hill Herald


(DS#999 SS) rJr/2023 SS Tyrese RossSouth Carolina
News Source: Rock Hill Herald
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  After appearing in just one game this season and missing three others for reasons that were undisclosed, Washington State safety Tyrese Ross has entered the NCAA transfer portal. Ross announced his decision to transfer on Twitter late Tuesday afternoon and indicated he'll be playing elsewhere this fall. Entering the shortened 2020 season, Ross was projected to start at safety for the Cougars, but he didn't travel with the team to the season opener at Oregon State. Ross started at strong safety in the next game, versus Oregon at Martin Stadium, and was credited with two tackles, but he didn't travel with the Cougars in the final two games of the season, at USC and Utah. - Spokesman-Review

(DS#999 SS) rJr/2023 SS Tyrese RossSouth Carolina
News Source: Spokesman-Review
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