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Jack Ross was born on 3 September, 2000. Discover Jack Ross's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 23 years old?

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Age 23 years old
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Born 3 September, 2000
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At 23 years old, Jack Ross height is 187 cm and Weight 85 kg.

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He made his first appearance for the club in an AFL pre-season match against Melbourne in Shepparton. Ross recorded six clearances and 21 disposals in the match and earned selection in the club second and final pre-season match where he was less influential, posting just seven disposals. Those performance were not enough to earn him an AFL debut, with Ross instead playing in two pre-season matches with the club's reserves side where he averaged 33.5 disposals per match. He played again at the lower level in the opening round of the VFL season, recording 21 disposals, four clearances and eight tackles. The following week Ross would receive a call-up for a round 4 AFL debut, after captain Trent Cotchin was ruled out due to a hamstring and fellow midfielder Dustin Martin missed through suspension. He made a significant impact in the match, recording 25 disposals in the victory over Port Adelaide on the road. Ross added 17 disposals the following week before posting 28 in an ANZAC Day eve win over Melbourne in round 6. Over that initial three match period, Ross led all Rising Star eligible players in handballs per game while ranking second in disposals, metres gained and center clearances per game. He kicked his first AFL goal the following week in round 7, before travelling to Perth for a round 8 match against Fremantle. Ross suffered a serious ankle injury that week, with a Fremantle captain Nat Fyfe inadvertently stepping on and rolling Ross' left ankle just before half time of that match. The injury would be revealed as a syndesmosis strain that would require surgery, ruling Ross out for between six and eight weeks. To that point, he ranked first for centre clearances per game, second for clearances per game and second for inside 50s per game among Rising Star eligible players. Ross resumed running exercises in late June, with his return timetable pushed out two weeks later than first expected. After training fully in the last week of July, Ross made his footballing return on limited minutes with the club's reserves side in the VFL, notching 12 disposals in the match's first half. He was added to the club's AFL emergency list the following week and was eventually called in to play when Dustin Martin was a late withdrawal due to injury. Ross played a run-with role on Carlton captain Patrick Cripps for parts of that match, while accumulating 21 disposals and six clearances of his own. He managed just 11 disposals the following week against West Coast and was dropped back to VFL level for the start of that team's final series. In the opening week of the VFL finals, Ross recorded 21 disposals as Richmond won a come-from-behind qualifying final win over the Essendon reserves. He was named as an AFL level finals emergency the following week, before lining up in a VFL preliminary final as Richmond's reserves won through to that league's grand final. Ross was again an AFL emergency for the top level preliminary final the following week, and after AFL midfielder Jack Graham suffered a shoulder dislocation in that match, Ross was labelled by media outlets as a likely replacement in the upcoming AFL grand final.. As a result, he was held out from playing in the club's victorious VFL grand final two days later. Despite that decision Ross was ultimately overlooked for a call up to what would be an AFL premiership winning side, passed over in favour of VFL grand final best-on-ground Marlion Pickett. He was instead named an emergency, ultimately becoming one of just six players on the Richmond list to play in neither the AFL nor VFL premiership winning sides that season. He finished 2019 having played seven matches at AFL level as well as four with the club's reserves side in the VFL.

In the 2019/20 off-season Ross switched guernsey numbers, adopting the number five previously worn by departing free agent Brandon Ellis. He spent the summer reducing body weight in order o improve his ability to burst from stoppages.


Despite captaining the side at the lower age group, Ross failed to earn selection for Vic Metro at the Under 18 championships in mid-2018. He was prolific at state level however, performing strongly in the second half of 2018 including averaging 25 disposals in the final five matches of the season. He was particularly influential in the club's finals series, named one of the best players in Oakleigh's preliminary final and recording 19 disposals along with a goal in the club's losing grand final. For his performances that season, Ross earned the club's best and fairest award.

Ross attended high school and played school football at Caulfield Grammar, where he also served as the school's football team captain in 2018.

At the end of the 2018 junior season, Ross was not invited to the AFL National draft combine, but instead participated in the Victorian state combine. He was noted pre-draft for his strength, power and ball-winning ability and was labelled by Aussie Rules Draft Central as "a ready-made prospect".

Ross was drafted by Richmond with the club's second pick and the 43rd selection overall in the 2018 AFL national draft.


In 2016 he earned selection to and captained the Victorian Metropolitan side at the 2016 Under 16 national championships. The following year he played one match for Oakleigh in the TAC Cup.


Jack Ross (born 3 September 2000) is a professional Australian rules footballer playing for the Richmond Football Club in the Australian Football League (AFL). He played junior representative football with the Oakliegh Chargers in the TAC Cup and won the club's best and fairest player award in 2018. He was drafted by Richmond with the 43rd pick in 2018 AFL draft and made his debut in round 4 of the 2019 season.