Justyn Ross, a former Clemson player, has been revealed by the Kansas City Chiefs.
Last week, the Chiefs signed Ross as an undrafted free agent. Although his potential is unmatched, his medical future remains a concern.
Talent, however, is not in doubt.
On Saturday, Kansas City gave Ross a first glimpse during its rookie minicamp.
— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) May 7, 2022
Ross, 22 years old, didn’t hear his name called in the 2022 NFL Draft. Ross was a top prospect in his class before sustaining a serious injury during his college career.
He was able to return for the Clemson Tigres last season, but the NFL did not want him because of his medical history.
Ross has a chance of making the Chiefs’ active roster if he can stay healthy. After trading Tyreek Hill to Miami, they need all the help possible to fill the position.