Ole Miss got a boost to its 2019 class on Wednesday morning with the addition of 3-star offensive line prospect Bryce Ramsey.
Ramsey announced the decision on Twitter:
First and for most I would like to thank God for blessing me with the gift of life My Family for always believing in me and pushing me to always do my best. I’ll like to thank Coach Luke and the Ole Miss Family#MISSISSIPPIMADE🔵🔴 pic.twitter.com/02BmzUT1Pp
— Bryce Ramsey (@BryceRamsey75) March 7, 2018
Ramsey attends Harrison Central High School in Gulfport, Mississippi, so this is a good in-state get for Matt Luke and his staff.
According to 247Sports composite, Ramsey is the No. 29 offensive guard in the country and the No. 908 overall player for the class of 2019. He currently listed at 6-foot-2, 346 pounds.
Ramsey doesn’t have a huge offer list, but he did pick up a Florida State offer in January. The Seminoles were actually the first major program to offer Ramsey, but Ole Miss entered the picture a week later and the rest is history. He also holds offers from Memphis, South Alabama and Southern Miss.
Ramsey is the first offensive line commit in the Rebels’ 2019 class, which currently ranks No. 5 nationally. Ole Miss is off to a fast start in the cycle, already with nine commitments. This pace could continue throughout the spring as prospects are able to take official visits as juniors for the first time.