Ramsby Still Hopeful

Every year in recruiting there are players that slip through the cracks, through no fault of their own. Cincinnati Colerain quarterback L.A. Ramsby just completed an impressive season and is hoping for increased recruiting attention.

After proving himself to be an amazing playmaker this season, Cincinnati Colerain quarterback L.A. Ramsby has not see his recruitment take off as expected.

Ramsby, 5-foot-11, 195-pounds, starred at quarterback for Colerain, but could project as a runningback, wide receiver or in the defensive backfield.

"I had a great season this year, and I led our team the way the coaches wanted," Ramsby. "I only played quarterback this year, but I'm a good enough athlete to play a number of positions. I'm very proud of the season we had, and glad to be a part of it."

The talented athlete has picked up a few smaller offers to date, but is hoping for more attention over the next few months.

"I have offers from Georgia Southern and Eastern Illinois, but I'm hoping to hear more from the MAC schools," he explained. "Those two schools are recruiting me as a quarterback, but Miami of Ohio and Toledo are recruiting me as an athlete."

"I've also heard from Ball State a little bit," Ramsby continued. "Miami and Toledo want me to visit in January, and I'm hoping to do that. Of the two schools, I would say Miami is recruiting me the hardest right now. I've been timed at 4.52 at the Toledo camp, so I have the speed."

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