Ramsey Looking To Kick Start His Recruitment

Ohio defensive end Terry Ramsey has turned a few heads over the past several months as he continues the transition from basketball player to football prospect. Sunday, Ramsey looked to kick start his recruitment with a solid performance at the National Elite Big Man Camp in Wixom, Michigan.

The past year has seen Clayton (Ohio) Northmont defensive end Terry Ramsey take giant strides in his development.

Sunday, Ramsey looked to turn a few more heads and help get his recruitment into a second gear.

"I feel today was a good experience for me," said Ramsey about the National Elite Big Man Camp. "I feel I got better working against some different offensive linemen and get better as a person and an athlete. This was a new experience for me."

While Ramsey is still a work in progress, several programs have been staying in touch.

"I have no offers yet," said Ramsey. "Nebraska has been in and said they'll be offering me in the spring. Indiana and a bunch of others schools like Toledo and Ohio State have stopped by school. I have interest in those programs as well as West Virginia."

Standing 6—foot-5, 225-pounds, Ramsey showed his raw athletic ability during one-on-one drills and a solid spring and summer could help turn his zero offers into a handful.

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