The top player in the state of Missouri, Courtney Ramey, has committed to Texas.
Per my son Courtney Ramey words: "After a long deligent process on which me and my family did our best to keep it just between us, the time has come after a lot of prayer and being very patient. I have finally decided on the school I want to attend:" pic.twitter.com/L4uW0GWvtY— Terrell Ramey (@Rameybasketball) April 27, 2018
Ramey won back-to-back state titles at Webster Groves High School in the St. Louis area, which is notoriously ripe with hoops talent. He averaged over 21 points and six rebounds per game in his senior season.
Ramey’s recruitment has been a bit of a winding road, having been originally committed to Louisville, and then slow-played things before eventually landing in Austin.
It’s a big loss on the recruiting trail for Oklahoma State, but as we wrote a few weeks ago, he won’t make or break the Cowboys in 2018. Texas is getting a good one.