Morgantown, West Virginia – Courtney Ramey, a 6’3 combo guard, who averaged 10.0 points, 3.5 rebounds and 1.6 assists per game in his four seasons with the Texas Longhorns, has been the top target for the West Virginia Mountaineers over the past several weeks.
Ramey, who is an outstanding scorer and has Big 12 Conference experience, would be the perfect addition to complete the West Virginia roster.
Recently, it was discovered that Ramey had narrowed his choices down to three schools – Purdue, Arizona and West Virginia with Arizona and West Virginia leading the way.
However, according to a report today from On3.com, Ramey is now focused on just one school.
On3 just released a report stating that Ramey is now expected to commit to play for the Arizona Wildcats in the coming days.
Although this doesn’t mean that the Mountaineers are completely out of the running for him, On3 stated that they are confident in the intel that they have received.
Ramey’s scoring ability from the perimeter and Big 12 experience is precisely what West Virginia needs. Landing Ramey could be the difference between the Mountaineers being a mid-level Big 12 Conference team and a team that could compete nationally.