Tyler Ross from Webb City MO | Youth1

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Tyler Ross

  • Webb City, MO
  • 2003
  • 6' 2''
  • 200
  • 2022
  • IMG Academy
  • Football
  • Quarterback
  • Basketball
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Scouting Report

Ross is a skilled passer with the ability to throw precision passes from both inside and outside the pocket. He has a great pocket presence and a beautiful throwing arm. He's a true dual-threat with the ability to make plays with his legs.

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  • Year
  • 2015
    FBU Top Gun
  • 2016
    Pittsburg State University pass option camp - offensive player award
  • 2016
    FBU Top Gun
  • 2017
    FBU Top Gun Invite
  • 2018
    FBU Top Gun Invite
  • 2018
    QB Hit List Freshmen Class Top 100
  • 2018
    Freshman 450, Class of 2022


School Name HS Graduation GPA
IMG Academy 2022 3.8

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Goals and about me

My Dream Goal
My dream would be to play Division I football and one day continue my career in the NFL.
My Individual Season Goal
2020- My individual season goal is to start varsity at IMG Academy and have over 300 passing yards per game. 2019- My individual season goal is to start varsity as a sophomore. (Out due to injury.) 2018- My individual season goal is to get varsity playing time as a freshman. (Goal accomplished.)
About me
I aspire to play Division I football upon completion of high school. Faith, family, and football have molded who I am. First and foremost, I strive to live a life that glorifies God. I am a three-sport athlete that has had a love for football for as long as I can remember. My dad played in college and then went on to play in the NFL, so football has been a part of our family. I’d like to share with you my story of adversity and perseverance, and about my dedication to the sport I love. On Tuesday, September 6, 2016, I had my first junior high football game, as the quarterback for Webb City 7th grade. On the first play, of our second possession, I took a bad hit on a broken play. I broke the tibia, fibula, and growth plate in my right leg. Although it ended my season, after 4 surgeries, and months of physical therapy, I was able to return to football the following season. I led our team to undefeated seasons my 8th grade & freshman years. Prior to my sophomore season, I learned that I had another injury that would cause me to be out another season. I had surgery in July of 2019 and had the opportunity to transfer to IMG Academy. I went through physical therapy there and was able be a part of their football program. This opportunity helped me to optimize my time out by gaining knowledge and increasing my football IQ. Later, I was medically released and during the spring of 2020 I gained back my strength and worked hard at improving my skill set. I’m excited to go back to IMG and compete this fall.
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