Ross underwent shoulder surgery after setting the NFL Scouting Combine record in the 40-yard dash in February at 4.22 seconds.
The Bengals selected Ross with the No. 9 overall pick out of Washington, making him the third wideout off the board.
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He was dominant with the Huskies during his junior season, registering 81 receptions for 1,150 yards and 17 touchdowns and leading them to the College Football Playoff.
The speedster had injury concerns entering the draft, though, as he missed all of 2015 due to a knee injury.
Once healthy, Ross is expected to step in and complement No. 1 receiver A.J. Green. Veteran Brandon LaFell and second-year man Tyler Boyd are other options in the Bengals' passing attack.