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John Ross
WR #15
Height:
5-11
Weight:
188
Age:
22
College:
Washington
Hometown:
Long Beach, CA
Experience:
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Bio

2016 All-America First Team (ESPN.com, Scout.com)
2016 All-America Second Team (Associated Press, CBS Sports, FOX Sports) 2016 All-Pac-12 First Team
2016 Biletnikoff Award Semifinalist

2016: Finished the season with 17 touchdown receptions, the second-highest total in both UW and Pac-12 history (one shy of Mario Bailey's record of 18) ... third in the NCAA-FBS in TD receptions ... also 29th in the nation in scoring ... 81 receptions were third-most in UW history while 1,150 yards were fourth-most ... returned to the field after a year off in a big way in the season-opening win over Rutgers, scoring three TDs in the win ... returned his fourth career kickoff for a touchdown, breaking the UW record (formerly 3, Jim Krieg, 1970-71) ... scored on a 92-yard return, his fifth career scoring play of 90 yards or more ... also caught touchdown passes of 38 and 50 yards ... finished the Rutgers game with a team-high five catches for 90 yards ... named the team's offensive player of the week for the Rutgers game ... career-high seven receptions for 67 yards and two touchdowns in the Husky win over Idaho ... had one catch for 10 yards in the win over Portland State ... scored on a 32-yard run and on a 12-yard reception in the win at Arizona ... had four catches for 28 yards vs. the Wildcats ... caught four passes for 82 yards and a touchdown in the win over No. 7 Stanford ... career-high nine catches and three touchdowns (tied for second-most in UW history) on 94 yards in Washington's victory at Oregon ... 4 receptions for 115 yards in Washington's win over Oregon State ... caught four passes for 48 yards and two touchdowns in the win over No. 17 Utah ... named the coaches' offensive player of the game and the Pac-12 Player of the Week after a huge game at Cal, when he piled up 208 receiving yards and three touchdowns on six receptions ... 154 yards, including a 70-yard touchdown, on eight catches against USC ... career-high 12 receptions (tied fourth-most ever at UW) in the win over Arizona State ... totaled 95 yards against the Sun Devils ... eight catches for 88 yards and a TD in the Apple Cup win over Washington State ... four receptions for 51 yards, including a spectacular, 19-yard TD, in the Pac-12 Championship game vs. Colorado ... five catches for 28 yards vs. Alabama in the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl.

2015: Redshirted the 2015 season due to an injury suffered in the spring.

2014: Earned honorable mention All-Pac-12 as a return specialist ... played in 13 of 14 games, starting seven, three at wide receiver and four at cornerback ... also the UW's top kickoff return man ... scored seven total touchdowns in 2014, from 91, 20, 55, 75, 86, 100 and 96 yards, an average of 75 yards per touchdown play ... notched two kickoff returns for touchdowns in 2014, tying the UW single-season (2, Jim Krieg, 1970) and career (3, Krieg, 1970-71) records  ... has two 100-yard kickoff returns in his career: one in the 2013 Fight Hunger Bowl (last season) and one vs. UCLA this season ... has accounted for two of the five 100-yard plays in UW history
(others by Shaq Thompson on a fumble return, Paul Arnold on a kick return and Hugh McElhenny on a punt return) ... scored on a 20-yard run and a 91-yard pass (second-longest in UW history) in the Huskies' season-opening win at Hawai'i ... scored on a 55-yard pass in the win over EWU ... scored on a 75-yard reception vs. Arizona State ... moved to cornerback vs. UCLA, finishing with two tackles, but also ran a kickoff back 100 yards for a touchdown ... played cornerback exclusively (other than kick returns) at Arizona, where he made four tackles ... started at cornerback once again vs. Oregon State, finishing the game with five total tackles, plus three kickoff returns for 82 yards ... saw some action at wide receiver vs. WSU, but started at cornerback, notching his first interception ... also had three tackles in the Apple Cup ... scored on a 96-yard kickoff return vs. Oklahoma State in the Cactus Bowl, when he also had a pair of tackles as a starting cornerback. in the win at California, when he had four total receptions for 118 yards, both career highs ... had two rushed for 44 yards and three receptions for 15 yards at Oregon ... one catch and one rushing attempt in the win over Illinois, when he had two catches for the game ... also had a 54-yard kickoff return vs. the Illini ... sat out the Georgia State game ... three catches for 16 yards vs. Stanford ... caught an 86-yard TD.

2013: Played in all 13 games as a true freshman ... won the Travis Spring Most Outstanding Freshman award ... four catches for 39 yards in the season-opener vs. Boise State, when he also returned two kickoffs ... one catch, plus four kick returns, in the win at Illinois ... scored on a 57-yard pass from Cyler Miles vs. Idaho State ... made two catches and also returned a punt and two kicks at Stanford ... made one reception and returned four kickoffs vs. Oregon ... one catch for seven yards and one carry for three in the win at Oregon State ... had one reception vs. the Beavers, but also returned the opening kickoff 62 yards ... also played both offense and defense vs. Washington State ... scored on a 100-yard kickoff return in Washington's win over BYU in the Fight Hunger Bowl, just the second 100-yard kick return in Husky history ... also had an 11-yard carry and a 21-yard kick return in the bowl game.in the win over Colorado ... no catches, but two kick returns at UCLA ... played both receiver, cornerback and returner in the win over California ... two catches for 21 yards plus two kick returns for 34 yards, at Arizona State ... also had five kick returns for 135 yards, including a 49-yarder, at ASU ... three catches for 50 yards, plus three kick returns for 60 yards,

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