Fred Ross is making some money this week at the Senior Bowl.
The former Mississippi State wide receiver made headlines on Thursday with an incredible one-handed catch against Tennessee State defensive back Ezra Robinson.
— Draft Analyst (@DraftAnalyst1) January 26, 2017
Ross is in Mobile, Ala., taking part in the Senior Bowl — the place where Dak Prescott cemented himself as a serious NFL quarterback candidate last season.
The ex-Bulldogs receiver holds seven school records, but is viewed as the draft’s No. 31 wide receiver prospect, according to CBS Sports. The two-time All-SEC performer is currently viewed as a sixth or seventh-round selection.
Ross finished his Mississippi State career with 199 catches, 2,528 receiving yards. He also recorded 22 touchdowns — good for second in school history.
He is the school record holder in consecutive games with a reception (35), receptions (199), 100-yard receiving games (10) and receiving yards (2,528).