2014: Appeared in five games in 2014 ... recorded two tackles while playing primarily on special teams ... made the decision to cut his career short due to multiple injuries, but remained a member of the team.
2013: Sat out the season recovering from a torn ACL suffered in spring practices ... remained with the team at practice daily and on the sidelines for games.
2012: Saw action in 11 games with the first three starts of his career ... exploded against UAB for a career-high seven receptions for a career-high 114 yards and a touchdown ... had a career-best two receiving touchdowns against Marshall ... also completed one pass for nine yards and had two carries for three yards against Marshall ... had 15 special teams tackles on the year ... received the team's Committed Cougar Award at the end of the season ... was placed on scholarship following the conclusion of the season.
2011: Played in 13 games as a reserve wide receiver and special teams performer ... earned his second letter and made two total tackles on the year ... recovered a fumble and recorded a solo stop in the win at North Texas ... added a second tackle in the home win against Marshall.
2010: Played in 11 games, recording 12 tackles primarily on special teams ... began his career at Baylor and enrolled early to participate in Spring drills before transferring to Houston.
High School: Competed as a quarterback for head coach Don Clayton ... earned three letters ... set school single-season and career records for touchdown passes ... helped lead Cougars to 11-2 record, District 17-5A championship and a berth in the regional semifinals ... threw for 2,028 yards and 22 touchdowns ... added 659 rushing yards and 14 touchdowns on 96 carries ... also caught a 32-yard touchdown pass ... unanimous All-District First-Team selection and recognized as the District Most Valuable Player ... Touchdown Club Offensive Player of the Year finalist ... All-Greater Houston Second Team honoree ... received the Cougar Heart Award as a freshman in 2005 and a senior in 2008 ... helped lead team to an 11-2 record and berth in the regional semifinals as a sophomore in 2006 ... also competed in track and field for two seasons ... member of two-time District 17-5A champions.
Personal: Full name is John Vincent Ros III but prefers to go by Shane...son of John and Lisa Ros ... cousin Matt Harris played football for Texas State ... majored in kinesiology and is now pursuing post-baccalaureate work.
Shane Ros' Career Bests
Receptions: 7, UAB (2012)
Receiving Yards: 114, UAB (2012)
Receiving Touchdowns: 2, Marshall (2012)
Long Reception: 55, ECU (2012)
Tackles: 4, North Texas (2012)