Clemson WR Justyn Ross went undrafted over the weekend. He will get his shot in the league with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Ross last season had 46-catches. The receptions only yielded 514 yards and three scores this time around, but it was still a successful season. "He was diagnosed in 2020 with a rare spinal disorder and underwent neck surgery," Des Beiler wrote for the Washington Post. "After sitting out Clemson's season that year, Ross returned in 2021, only to suffer a stress fracture in his left foot that led to a surgical procedure in November." Ross will get his chance with the Chiefs.