Courtney Ramey, the 2018 point guard from Webster Groves (MO) High School, announced his commitment to Louisville on Friday.
Ramey chose Louisville over Arkansas, Florida, Marquette, Kansas State, Illinois, Texas, Creighton, Northwestern, USC, Missouri, Iowa State and Ohio State. He joins Anfernee Simons as the second commit in the Cardinals’ 2018 class. “I felt like I had the best relationship with Louisville,” Ramey told Scout.com. “They made it known I was a major piece to their team and also the location was perfect. Beyond that, I love the ACC and their style of play was a big key in me picking them.” Ramey is ranked by 247Sports as the #12 point guard in the 2018 class and #64 player overall. His commitment gives Louisville #4 recruiting class in 2018 per 247Sports. Follow Jacob on Twitter And Like Zags on Facebook
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