With good size to play the point guard position, Ramey is extremely skilled. He has long arms, good athleticism, and is an excellent passer. Also Ramey isn’t afraid to mix it up despite still needing to add strength. With his feel for the game combined with some major upside, it is likely that Ramey sees his stock soar as the year goes along. On Thursday Ramey had Missouri, St. Louis, Iowa, and Illinois all watching him, and many others are sure to get into the mix as it gets later into the month and coaches begin to take a longer look at some of their top underclass prospects.
NY2LA: Courtney Ramey
The St. Louis area has had an explosion of talent recently, and in the 2018 class one who is really beginning to stand out is Courtney Ramey. Running with the Ramey Jets United, Ramey was extremely impressive in leading his team to a win.
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