Compton (Calif.) Dominguez defensive back David Ross committed to Nebraska months ago but has still had to answer questions about how solid his commitment really was. Things appeared over but after Ross visited Arizona State this past weekend, questions arose once more.
Ross, 6-1, 175 pounds is one of the top defensive backs in the region and has the ability to play corner or safety in college. He has excellent size and play making ability and is very physical.
On the recruiting front, Ross took visits to Nebraska and Colorado and after hinting at taking a few other visits, decided to close the door on his recruitment in mid-December and said he was 100% solid with the Huskers. The athlete then decided to take a visit to Arizona State this past weekend and talk emerged that Ross was re-thinking his decision once more.
"I liked the visit a lot at ASU but I'm still committed to Nebraska," Ross said. "I know one of their coaches really well, Coach Yarber and he was recruiting me at Washington. When he went over to ASU, he wanted me to visit so I decided to take a look.
"ASU is a cool place and I enjoyed hanging out with the players. Brandon (Johnson) and I know a lot of the guys there so we thought it would be cool to go up there and see what they had to offer. I really liked the environment at ASU and Tempe is a very cool city. The coaches are good guys and I got along great with all the guys on the team.
"Saying all that, I'm still locked in with Nebraska and won't be taking any more official visits. I'm 100% committed to Nebraska, I can't be more clear and I will definitely be signing with them in February. I think Nebraska will be coming by for a home visit this week and I'm planning on telling them I'm done with visits and I'm excited to be a Corn Husker."