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Buffaloes Receive A Big Commit From California WR Devin Ross

The Colorado Buffaloes have added their 13th commit in the 2013 class with the verbal pledge of Mission Hills, California athlete Devin Ross. Ross becomes the seventh commitment from the California so far this cycle. Ross is considered to be the third-highest rated of the Buffs current verbals with most of the recruiting services, behind only Mitch Parsons and Sefo Liufau. Ross can play both cornerback and wide receiver, but was recruited to Colorado as a receiver. He joins fellow Californians Bryce Bobo and Elijah Dunston as future Buffaloes at the position. Big time get for the Buffs coaching staff.

Welcome aboard Devin!

Devin Ross

Image courtesy of Buff Stampede

Position: Wide Receiver
Measurables: 5-9/170
40 Yard Dash: 4.49
High School: Bishop Alemany (Mission Hills, CA) H.S.

- Rivals: 3-star, 5.6, 62nd best player in CA
- 247Sports: 3-star, 85, 76th best WR
- ESPN: 3-star, 77

Other Schools of Interest: Boston College, California, Hawaii, Iowa State, Minnesota, Nevada, San Diego State, Utah, Washington State

Status: Verbal to Colorado

Notes: From Rivals ($):
I just realized that Colorado is the best school that is recruiting me," Ross said. "They said that I will fit in really well to their team and they will teach me a lot of things. They said I have the potential to be a really good college football player and could possibly come in my freshman year and compete and maybe get a starting job."

Buff tight end commit Mitchell Parsons played a big role in helping convince Ross that Colorado is a great place to be.