Ross, originally from the southeastern New Mexico, studied in the adjacent Lubbock (Texas) at the Texas Tech University , where he from 2001 for the high school team Red Raiders in the Big 12 Conference of NCAA played. At this time, the equally controversial and popular coach Bob Knight had taken over the Red Raiders, who had previously been released from Indiana University after 29 years and several NCAA championships . Under Knight, the Raiders did not win championships in the Big 12, but in Ross’ fourth and final NCAA season, they reached the round of sixteen “Sweet Sixteen” in the nationwide NCAA finals , Over which the Raiders had not even gone in the past. In the subsequent Entry Draft 2005 of the most highly endowed US-Profiliga NBA , Ross was not selected and could not recommend for a contract in the highly endowed Profiliga , also with training camps, among others with the Golden State Warriors .
Ross began his career as a professional in 2005 at Univer from Castelletto sopra Ticino in the Italian Legadue . After a season he returned to his home country and tried to win the Albuquerque Thunderbirds in the NBA Development League , but was not included in the season box. Ross then played in other “Minor Leagues” for the Butte Daredevils in the CBA and the Albany Patroons in the USBL .
He played his first season in the German basketball league at EnBW Ludwigsburg, where he defeated his later club Artland Dragons in the final of the final four tournament in the Cup. The following season he played for two Israeli clubs, but then moved to the Dragons in February 2009 to Quakenbrück in the Artland .  For the 2010/2011 season, he won no contract with the Dragons. At the beginning of December, Ross was presented as a new addition to the Middle-German BC . After the relegation of the MBC to the second game class ProA Ross received no new contract in 2011.