Where did Josh Ross attend college?

Josh Ross, a linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens of the National Football League, was born on October 31, 1999. Ross is a Baltimore Ravens player who dons uniform number 46. Ross was raised in Southfield, Michigan, attended St. Mary’s Preparatory and was born there.



As a senior, he made 142 tackles, 20 of which were for a loss, 12.5 sacks, three forced fumbles, and three fumble recoveries. Ross, a four-star recruit, choose Michigan over offers to play college football from Ohio State, Michigan State, and Notre Dame.

Josh Ross
Josh Ross

For five seasons, Ross played for the Michigan Wolverines. Ross participated in all 13 of Michigan’s games during his freshman season, mostly on special teams. He was named honorable mention All-Big Ten Conference after the team’s sophomore campaign, in which he finished with 61 tackles and one sack.



Ross started the first three games of his junior season before suffering an ankle injury that prevented him from playing the rest of the regular season.

Ross made 53 tackles as a senior and once again earned honorable mention all-conference during the COVID-19 abbreviated 2020 Big Ten season. He started all six of Michigan’s games as a senior.

Ross made the decision to continue his graduate studies at Michigan for the fifth season. In his final season, Ross amassed 106 tackles, including nine tackles for loss, and was selected to the Big Ten third team.

Ross agreed to a non-drafted free agent contract with the Baltimore Ravens on May 7, 2022. He was listed on the Ravens’ initial 53-man roster after training camp.