Posted April 01, 2012 on washington.scout.com
Washington guard Terrence Ross took questions Sunday during a teleconference after it was announced earlier in the day that the 6-5 sophomore from Portland would forego his final two years of eligibility and put his name in the 2012 NBA Draft. Here's what Ross had to say.
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