“Tons of ability,” said CU co-offensive coordinator and wide receivers coach Darrin Chiaverini. “I think his ceiling is huge. He just has to continue to work and be confident in those abilities. He’s got good ball skills, good eye-hand coordination, all those things. I've seen some flashes that I've really been impressed with. Now he just needs that confidence in himself.” At 5-9, 180 pounds, Ross has all the quickness and speed necessary to be the perfect fit for CU’s up-tempo passing attack. He’s been a mainstay in scrimmage situations throughout the spring, turning short passes into long gains and hauling down deep balls with regularity. http://www.cubuffs.com/ViewArticle.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=600&ATCLID=210866716 *************************** We've seen the big plays. We've seen the electric speed. We've seen games like UCLA where he was dominating... but also dropped 2 key passes. Every camp, we hear the hype. The talent is clearly there. All a matter of confidence, focus and consistency. Personally, I'm betting on Ross this year. The mental game will finally mature and we're going to see him shred opposing defenses in 2016.