Clemson WR Ross now out for year; to enter draft … Clemson has now confirmed that WR Justyn Ross will undergo surgery for a stress fracture in his foot that will end his regular season. The injury is not believed to be serious and Ross reportedly could conceivably play in a bowl game, but that is unlikely. The 6-4, 205-pound Ross had been projected to be one of the top receivers in the country with top 10 potential at the start of the 2020 season, but didn’t play at all that year after he was diagnosed with a possible career-ending spinal condition. However, Ross was cleared to play again just before the start of this year’s campaign in which he has had 46 receptions, although he also reportedly be playing with the foot issue pretty much all season. Ross has also confirmed that he will be entering the 2022 draft where the combine medicals will be critical to his final grade. No question he has elite potential, but also enough medical red flags to start his own May day parade!