I went to college with Ross until an accident landed me in a wheelchair. Before and after though I followed all his games because he was one of my good friends and I can say no matter how hard he may have got roughed in a game, which was rarely, he never left it get to him or hold him back from going out and giving his best each outing. He'll be around for a long time. He's still my friend today and even after the game against Philly we were texting back and forth and he recognized what he did wrong, but took away the positives that happened and knew what he needed to work on for his next outing. He may be a tall, skinny guy, but there's a lot of power behing his arm!