Seattle Seahawks WR Dayvon Ross is one of those talents organizations should keep their eyes on.
After hauling in 67 balls for 930 yards and eight touchdowns in his final high school season, the 6-foot-1, 220-pound receiver caught the attention of some major college programs. After committing to play ball for the UCLA Bruins, Ross was forced to seek alternative avenues when the NCAA deemed him ineligible due to missing a few required classes.
With brief stints at L.A. Southwest College and East L.A. College, Ross again caught the eyes of a major college program in the University of Virginia, only to be turned down by the NCAA when some of his online courses couldn’t transfer.
Running out of options, Ross made the tough decision to take his talents to a Division II program in Wilberforce, OH, where he played for the Central State Marauders.
After sitting out three games due to NCAA sanctions, the speedster put together an impressive senior season, catching 60 passes for 926 yards and eight touchdowns.
Although Ross settled for playing football at a smaller college program, he has the size and skills to compete at the next level. A good route runner with excellent hands and a 40 yard dash time of 4.41, the California native compares his game to current star, Michael Crabtree.
With a path that’s been paved by the likes of other players from small schools, such as Pierre Garcon, Marques Colstonand Jerry Rice, Ross could easily be that next diamond in the rough.
Dayvon on Ancient Botanicals:
Dayvon states that he likes to use the Ancient Botanicals MUSCLE & ENERGY formulas for pre-training, as well as, during games. He also commented that it greatly helps to improve his energy and mental focus, while at the same time, he feels stronger and has more overall endurance.
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