Clemson WR Justyn Ross Undergoing Spinal Surgery, Out For Season


On Monday, Clemson HC Dabo Swinney announced that WR Justyn Ross is scheduled to undergo surgery on Friday for a congenital fusion in his neck/spine.

Ralph Russo adds that doctors are “very concerned” about Ross. 

Ross had an X-ray after suffering an injury and at which point doctors discovered the congenital fusion issue, per Grace Raynor

Ross will, unfortunately, miss the entire 2020 season.

Former NFL physician David Chao also says he’s “very concerned” about this situation. Chao mentions that this brings Ross’ football career into question. 

Ross is considered to be one of the top receiver prospects in the nation and has come up as a consensus first-round pick by draft experts. 

In his first two years at Clemson, Ross has caught 112 passes for 1,865 yards receiving and 17 touchdowns over the course of 28 games.

We’ll have more regarding Ross as the news is available.

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