Brady Ross has produced a unique career for the Hawkeyes, and he took the time to share his thanks for fans after wrapping up his senior season.

Ross was a member of the 2015 recruiting class, joining Iowa as a walk-on that year. Rated as a linebacker coming out of high school, Ross was able to play on both sides of the ball as a linebacker and fullback for the Hawkeyes from 2016-19.

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For his career, Ross rushed for 25 yards and recorded 43 yards receiving. He also had nine total tackles and a fumble recovery. Ross found the endzone once during his career, punching in a one-yard touchdown against Middle Tennessee State this season.

After wrapping up his unique career and senior season with a win in the Holiday Bowl, Ross penned a thank you to Iowa fans everywhere. He expressed gratitude for his five years with the program and the ability to play for the program he has “loved my whole life.”

Whether or not Ross has a shot at the NFL remains to be seen, but he should certainly be proud of his time with the Hawkeyes.