University of Washington Wide Receiver John Ross III Can Fly. In fact, he’s the fastest ever.
The University of Washington may not be affiliated with DC comics, but it seems they did recruit a certain wide receiver from the planet Krypton. He stands 5-foot-11 and weighs in at 190 pounds. In his last college season, he caught 81 passes for 1150 yards and 17 touchdowns.
He has been a player of extremes. He dominates on the football field. But he worries scouts when they check out his medical history. John Ross III knows he can only control what he does today, and knows that he will let the chips fall where they might.
So he can jump. Well, he jumped better than expected. But that’s a fluke, right?
How about that speed? Everyone is focused on his knees, and that speed.
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Fast and fewer flags go up. Slow and he tumbles on draft boards.
Or even better yet…
It’s safe to say that University of Washington Husky wide receiver John Ross III was more Superman than Clark Kent today.
It’s official. Wide receiver John Ross III set the fastest time for the NFL Combine. He can fly!
Now teams need to decide if they should get him a cape.