Breaking: East Carolina lands commitment for another talented star

The Pirates receive their tenth commitment in the last ten days for the 2025 recruiting class.

Cornerback Angelo Ross has committed to East Carolina, adding to the team’s momentum for the 2025 recruiting class. The 6-foot-170-pounder attends Mount Saint Joseph in Baltimore, Maryland.

Ross’ commitment is the 12th in ECU’s 2025 recruiting class and the 10th in the previous ten days. The 6-foot, 170-pounder paid an official visit this past week, staying from Thursday to Saturday. Ross is ECU’s first cornerback pledge in the 2025 class, and the second defensive back overall, joining three-star safety Durante Speer.

Ross, who has a wingspan of 78 inches, was recruited by Jules Montinar, the cornerbacks coach, and Dyrell Roberts, an area recruiter. He received an offer from ECU on April 24 and committed less than two months later. Ross also had FBS offers from Akron, Buffalo, and Miami (Ohio).

Ross, a second-team all-state and first-team all-conference selection, made eight picks as a junior for Mount Saint Joseph, which finished 7-5 overall. He had nine pass breakups, two caused fumbles, and 15 tackles.

Ross may not have exceptional size on tape, but he has a knack for being in the correct place, a high football IQ, and above-average ball skills, which has resulted in multiple game-changing plays on the back end. He also runs well and has strong hips that allow him to change direction fast, which is an essential trait for a cover corner. He’s a good tackler when the ball comes his way.

Ross is ECU’s first commitment from Maryland. The Pirates have also received single commitments from Florida (RB Eddie Love Jr. from Fort Walton Beach), Kentucky (WR Connor Hodge from Christian Academy of Louisville), and Texas (QB Chaston Ditta from Lake Travis).


Baltimore CB Angelo Ross commits to East Carolina

ECU has four commitments from Georgia (EDGE Zion Cooley, Speer, DE Amari Wilson, and DL Dominick Moody), and four from North Carolina (WR Johnny Williams, TE Kaleb Morrow, OL Jonathan Stokes, and LB Kendric Davis).

The Pirates’ 2025 recruiting class is presently ranked 73rd nationally and third in The American behind USF and Florida Atlantic.

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