Social media has been abuzz with unsubstantiated transfer rumors surrounding Clemson wide receiver Justyn Ross.
On Monday morning, Ross put those rumors to bed with one simple tweet.
"Slow day I see, I’m not transferring." Ross tweeted.
Rumors of a potential entry into the transfer portal became speculation and more by Alabama and Auburn fans beginning Sunday night, but there was never anything legitimate to it.
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Ross missed the entire 2020 season after being diagnosed with a congenital condition in his spine. While he has yet to be cleared for full contact, Ross was a participant in individual drills during spring practice and it is widely assumed he will be cleared before the start of fall camp and once again be a key component in the Clemson offense.
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