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Four-star cornerback David Ross (6-1, 180, 4.5) from Compton (Calif.) Dominguez has 18 offers on the table giving him credence for his lofty ranking.
"The latest that has been recruiting me is UNLV," Ross said. "I have been talking to them for a little bit.
"UNLV was one of the latest schools that have that have offered me. "I like UNLV, Cal, Oregon, USC and Michigan."
"I think when I take trips, it will be clearer," Ross said. "I've got to see if I can live up there, stay for four years and be comfortable where I am at.
"I want to get on the field," Ross said. "The quicker I can get on the field, that's where I want to be.
Though Ross was seldom thrown at he still accounted four interceptions and earned all-league honors as a junior.
What our Ross' goals for the season?
"Basically, I want to shut down every receiver that I face," Ross said. "I want some more picks too. That's what coach is looking for.
There is no question that Ross is one of the elite corners in the west and plays for a school that has a great tradition turning out quality cornerbacks.
What is it that makes Ross an elite corner who follows in a great line of outstanding corners from Dominguez?
"Just going out there and being David Ross and just playing hard.
One of the off-season goals for Ross was to gain some weight and he is now tipping the scales at 180 pounds after going through additional weight training this past summer.
When Ross makes his college choice he may do so along with three-star teammate Brandon Johnson.
"Fox Sports Net, we'll probably do it on there," Ross said. "We'll probably make a decision early. Probably in December."
Ross is a member of the Rivals250 for the class of 2007. ranks Ross as the nation's No. 15 cornerback prospect. He also made the California top 100 team landing as the Golden State's No. 25 prospect at any position.