We got a glimpse of Ross in his freshman year when he played 17.4 minutes off the bench for Washington, and he was extremely efficient for that amount of playing time. Ross eventually worked his way into the starting lineup and has carried his success into this year. With increased field goal, three point, and free throw percentages, he's leading the Huskies in scoring. The welcomed addition of his presence on the boards and as a shot blocker makes him a threat no matter where he is on the court. Besides, when you're doing this kind of damage as if it's a casual in-game lay up, who isn't going to pay attention? Though the Huskies are sitting at 4-3, this team had no trouble keeping up with Marquette and are sure to cause some trouble in the Pac-12.