He redshirted at UND in 2006, and saw action in just four games in 2007, with 8 tackles.
In 2008, Ross appeared in all 10 games during his sophomore campaign, and finished the with 22 tackles (12 solo) and 3 TFLs.
In 2009, he tallied 33 tackles, 19 TFLs, 3 hurries, a FF and 2 FRS.
In 2010, he started all 11 games and tallied 50 tackles, 8 TFLs, 3.5 TFLs, 2 PDs, and 5 hurries.
Note: Reportedly has run as fast as 4.63 at 245 pounds, and 3.87 in the short shuttle, and 6.68 in the 3-cone, a 10'4" broad jump, with 30 bench reps.
Strengths: Big, rocked-up OLB. Emotional. Will get involved in a lot of tackles. Slightly-above average pursuit. Has gotten better every year, and may be one of those late bloomers who becomes a better pro than college performer. Has all the computer numbers.
Weaknesses: Grab tackler. Doesn't play as well as his measurables. Not much of a factor in pass defense. Workout warrior. Has talent, but will need to continue to develop it to have a shot.
Projection: 7th rounder."