Ross had a very good rookie year and looked to be the Giants' No. 1 cornerback of the future. Since then, Ross has regressed and faced nagging injuries, while Corey Webster and Terrell Thomas have cemented their place as the Giants' top two cornerbacks.
If healthy, Ross could either bounce back and give the Giants one of the best CB cores in the NFL, or he could continue to play like a slightly above average defensive back. He could also be moved to safety, although this is unlikely. Ross is already 27, older than most players in his draft class, so 2010 will be a big year for him.
Because he was such a big part of the Giants' Super Bowl defense, its hard to argue that Ross was a bad pick. He has the talent to be a top CB, but he needs to put it all together or else he'll be a disappointment after his great rookie season.
Fairly or unfairly, he will always pale in comparison to Darelle Revis, whom the Jets traded up six picks ahead of the Giants to draft.