Being that this is Coach Ross' son, It's not that big of a surprise.
I have to disagree a just bit on that take. We've have long history of successful HBCU coaches and former athletes that have had top tier athletically talented offspring opt not to even consider, at least seriously, an HBCU in their recruiting process. To see the caliber of athlete like Coach Ross's son make the conscious decision to sign with an HBCU (overjoyed it was with us) hopefully will catch the eye of a lot of rising HS seniors that there is just as much quality and value at the better HBCU programs as it is at a lot of the large PWIs.
Last Edit: May 22, 2019 9:14:22 GMT -5 by Aggie One
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