The latest twist in the ever-winding recruiting saga of Courtney Ramey has arrived, and it’s a positive one for Louisville fans.
Uncommitted ESPN 100 senior Courtney Ramey will visit Louisville tomorrow, sources told ESPN.— Jeff Borzello (@jeffborzello) April 24, 2018
The top-ranked class of 2018 point guard still on the market, Ramey checked in at No. 31 on the final 247 Sports top 100 rankings last week. He is also being heavily pursued by Texas and Missouri, among others. He had previously been viewed by many to be a Villanova lean before the Wildcats signed Jahvon Quinerly.
Ramey committed to Louisville on Feb. 3, 2017 but decommitted once the FBI stuff broke last fall. He remained interested in the Cardinals throughout U of L’s tumultuous 2017-18 season, and now appears to be seriously interested in re-entering the fold. There was some concern over that desire after Chris Mack and his staff’s scheduled visit to see Ramey was called off at the last second last week due to Courtney having to leave earlier than expected for the Allen Iverson All-Star Game.
My son Courtney Ramey was honored to play in the Allen Iverson all star game this past Saturday in Philadelphia. He spent 4 days training and going against 20 of the top 50 class of 2018 players and getting knowledge from several former NBA players. Blessings and what a honor. pic.twitter.com/mzgtjPQHBG— Terrell Ramey (@Rameybasketball) April 23, 2018
This is a true point guard who can help you right away next season and likely for at least a couple of seasons after that. Let’s get this recruiting mojo going.