Myron Ross switches to Temple

Vanderbilt commit Myron Ross, who in July said he would be a Commodore, has now switched to Temple, according to a report in the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The Inquirer report stated: "Temple-bound. The Owls received an oral commitment from Wissahickon High senior star Myron Ross, a running back and linebacker who was originally heading to Vanderbilt." LINK

Ross finished the 2009 season with 2,215 rushing yards as a tailback and picked up 82 tackles and 3 interceptions as a linebacker. Ross was rated a 3-star prospect according to Scout.com.

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