He was missed in 2020 and he wants a redo in 2021. Clemson receiver Justyn Ross, who missed all of the 2020 season after having surgery in June to repair a congenial fusion, announced on Twitter Thursday night he will return for another season in 2021. Ross has made great progress in his recovery and was able to work out some with the Tigers in the latter stages of the season.
Ross will bolster a receiving corps that stands to lose Amari Rodgers and Cornell Powell. EJ Williams emerged as a potential star in Ross’ absence, but injuries and Covid slowed down the progress of young receivers Joseph Ngata and Frank Ladson.
In his two seasons on the field, Ross has made 112 catches for 1865 yards and 17 touchdowns. He has averaged nearly 17 yards per catch.