"(Coach Brasfield) liked my versatility and how many things I could do for them," said Ramacher, who plays tight end, linebacker, fullback, H-back, and even some quarterback for his high school.
He is projected at all five positions at the next level.
Beavers like him at tight end, fullback, and H-back.
Ramacher admitted, "I don't really know much about (OSU)… but I know in the past they've pulled off some pretty crazy upsets."
He'd love to make it out to Corvallis. For now, it's TBD, so stay tuned.
In the meantime, check out Ramacher on the gridiron.
However, don't rest too much on the film.
After seeing him Sunday at the Nike Skills Camp, his junior highlights don't do him justice.
Ramacher has indeed put on good weight. He's a brickhouse. (One that can move, though.)
Ramacher only worked out with TEs and WRs Sunday at Camp. Can fly for his size and stature. Looked about the speed of a 4.6 forty. (tenths of a second lower than his reported speed last season.)
He says he's been focusing heavily on agility and footwork drills this spring.