Ross had a solid sophomore season, shooting 51.8% from the field and 37.1% from three point range. He also managed to become a decent shot blocker while holding onto the basketball (he didn't turnover the basketball that much). At 6'6", 195, he's at the perfect position to become a solid two guard in the league.
Ross thinks so himself, and is ready to make the leap Jeff Borzello of CBS Sports has more.
Ross, a 6-foot-6 sophomore from Portland, plans to hire an agent, meaning he cannot withdraw and return to the Huskies.
"I discussed the pros and the cons with my family and I just think this is a great step for me and it's time for me to take my game to the next level," Ross said in a statement. "It's just been a real blessing to consider myself a Husky and get to where I am right now."
The Huskies have a great chance to contend for the Pac-12 title next season, but with no Ross it muddles the picture a bit. Ross's departure means that Washington will be hoping that Tony Wroten does decide to come back for the draft.
To discuss Ross declaring for the NBA Draft with Washington Husky fans, head on over to UW Dawg Pound.