Justyn Ross has decided where he'll be playing college football. The four-star receiver out of Central High School widely viewed as the top player in the state of Alabama is headed to Clemson. Ross announced his decision, which he made Tuesday night, to pick the Tigers over Auburn and Alabama in an AL.com video. He said Clemson was his choice ahead of the two in-state schools because he wanted to "develop more as a receiver, because of all the receivers that they develop and put in the league before. I just want to be their next one." Rated the No. 7 wide receiver in the nation in the 247Sports Composite, Ross had 37 catches for 730 yards and 13 touchdowns and 14 punt returns for 383 yards and a pair of touchdowns as a senior for the Class 7A Red Devils. The Under Armour All-American also had 38 receptions for 663 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior. It is the first time the top-ranked in-state player in the 247Sports Composite left the state since Jameis Winston signed with Florida State in 2012.