”I still have two offers from ECU and North Carolina A&T,” said Travis Ramseur. “Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, North Carolina and Clemson are the other main schools looking at me. I think Wake Forest could be the next to offer, though.”
East Carolina was his latest offer.
”I was actually shocked when I first found out, but it also felt good,” said the 6-foot, 170-pound Ramseur."When I went down there and visited, I really liked it."
This summer, he camped at Clemson, Georgia Tech, North Carolina and NC State, with North Carolina being the latest.”
”It’s pretty nice up there,” Ramseur said. “I liked that the coaches had a lot of enthusiasm. My favorite part was meeting some of the players and learning how to do drills with them.
”I talked to (offensive line) coach (Chris) Kapilovic, who’s my recruiting coordinator, the most. He told me that he was going to see me this fall.”
Although it’s early in the recruiting process one school has gotten Ramseur’s attention.
”Clemson is standing out,” he said. “I love their football program and I’ve always been a real big fan of Clemson. I really like how their coaches build relationships with their players, too.”
In regards to visits this fall, Ramseur mentioned Clemson, Georgia Tech and East Carolina as possible trips.
During his sophomore season, Ramseur passed for 3,371 yards and 34 touchdowns and rushed for 890 yards and nine touchdowns.
Statesville opens their season at home against Hickory on Aug. 22