Ross Wilson weighs 180 pounds and he is 5 foot 11.
Ross's picture was printed five times in an edition of Sports Illustrated.
Ross suffered from a concussion in a game during the first season of Two-A-Days.
Ross' girlfriend, Elliot, was seen in the first season of Two-A-Days.
In 2005 Ross had 2,950 passing yards and 31 touchdowns.
Ross is following in his brother's footsteps by going to Alabama but not as a football player, as a baseball player.
Ross lead Hoover to the State Championship as a junior and was named game MVP.
Ross lead the Hoover team to the state championship but lost their 4-year winning streak to Prattville.
Ross' mother and father's names are Parker and Susan Wilson.
Ross wears the number 14 as his brother did when he played for Hoover and as he wears it now at the University of Alabama.
He was the starting quarterback for Hoover High School in Hoover, Alabama for his junior and senior season.
Ross has a two brothers named John Parker and Peyton. he also has a sister named Marlo.
Ross Wilson: (on being drafted) That's something I went through with my brother. If something happens and I get drafted it happens. I'm not going to make a dumb decision but it's not something I'm worried about right now.
Ross: I've always thought of baseball as my favorite sport and I've always hoped to pursue it. I think it's my best sport.
Ross: (on going to school with his brother) We've always been best friends. I'm looking forward to being down there with him.