Jahmi’us Ramsey stands as one of the deadliest shooters in this 2020 NBA Draft class, but will that be enough to attract the Milwaukee Bucks?
The early entry deadline for the 2020 NBA Draft passed last weekend and the decision of Jahmi’us Ramsey was arguably the biggest of those who had not yet entered their hat in the ring.
A five-star recruit that bounced around on the high school circuit between high-profile powerhouses like the IMG Academy and Oak Hill Academy, Ramsey stayed around his hometown of Arlington, Texas to play for Texas Tech University under rising star head coach, Chris Beard.
Over his lone season at Texas Tech, Ramsey showed the scorching scoring ability to lead the Red Raiders in scoring and eventually finish the year as the Big 12’s Freshman of the Year as well as getting second-team All-Big 12 honors.
That now has led him to enter the pre-draft process and while he left the door open to return to the Red Raiders, Ramsey may be enticed to take the jump, depending on the feedback he receives from NBA teams.
In his 27 appearances with the Red Raiders this season, Ramsey averaged 15 points on .442/.426/.641 shooting splits, 4.0 rebounds, 2.2 assists and 1.3 steals across 31.2 minutes per tilt.
So without further ado, let’s dive deep into Jahmi’us Ramsey’s game by looking at his strengths and weaknesses, where draft experts currently rate him and evaluate his potential fit with the Milwaukee Bucks.