Devin Ross Interview
By: Scott Porter
February 14, 2010
Scott Porter: What are your biggest strengths?
Devin Ross: My biggest strengths are that I am a sure tackler and I have great closing speed. I react to plays well.

Scott Porter: What are your goals for your rookie season?
Devin Ross: I want to come in and contribute the best I can. Wherever coaches want to play me I will give it my best. If that is at cornerback, nickel or special teams or all three, just whatever is needed. I will get the best out of my ability.

Scott Porter: Who is the toughest player you have faced?
Devin Ross: I would probably have to go with Verran Tucker of California.

Scott Porter: What is your greatest football accomplishment?
Devin Ross: I always think of back in high school when I was a Freshman and Sophomore I would always look at the site and see all the stars players had. I always asked myself what I would have to do to get all those stars next to my name. So I worked hard at it and when the time came, I had 5 stars by my name, the maximum amount. That meant a lot to me.

Scott Porter: What are you looking forward to the most about the NFL?
Devin Ross: Looking forward to getting drafted and knowing what city I will be living in and meeting and see my new teammates and coaching staff.

Scott Porter: How would you describe your style of play?
Devin Ross: I am a physical, aggressive player. I like to attack the ball. I sometimes can be over aggressive.

Scott Porter: What hobbies do you have off the field?
Devin Ross: I like to draw. I am into artwork. I have a lot of tattoos because I really enjoy art.

Scott Porter: What will you miss most about playing football at Arizona?
Devin Ross: I will miss going to school and being with my teammates. We went through the ups and downs at Arizona together and we always stuck together. I will really miss the relationships I built with my teammates and the coaching staff.

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