If you’ve been following class of 2019 four-star guard Jahmius Ramey’s recruitment at all, you know that he can be a bit of a tough read that does things his own way. He followed suit on Friday when he announced his “remaining ten” via Twitter:
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— JRamsey? (@newanimprovedJR) August 17, 2018
While the more commonly used terms are “final” or “top”, we’ll read “remaining ten” to mean that these are Ramsey’s final ten schools under consideration.
While further list reductions may happen into the Fall, don’t expect any finality here in the short-term. The 6-foot-5 combo guard has indicated on multiple occasions that a commitment won’t happen until the Spring.
Ramsey stood out recently during the July live period, earning All-Peach Jam honors for his efforts.
One of Ramsey’s best talents is playing defense. A gritty performer that recently played less than a day after enduring a broken nose, he averaged more than two steals a game during Peach Jam pool play. On the offensive end, Ramsey has an improving perimeter shot but he is most effective attacking the rim.
Ramsey is ranked 33rd nationally in the class of 2019 according to the 247Sports composite. A native Texan, he recently transferred from IMG Academy in Florida to Oak Hill Academy in Virginia for his senior season of high school.
You can see recent videos, interviews and other essential information on Ramsey on his profile page here.
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