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The Florida native projects as a 165 in college, but mentioned he could potentially go 157 or 174 if the need arises. Ramirez is No. 7 on the Class of 2019 Big Board, and so far half of the Top-10 in that grade have committed.
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About his decision, Ramirez told FloWrestling the following:
The decision was very difficult, I loved all the schools I was looking at. However, it is where I have wanted to go since I was 8, and it felt like the best place for me.After graduating Gabe Dean, Dylan Palacio and Brian Realbuto, Cornell has begun to reload. We rated their most recent recruiting class as the best of 2017, with six from the Big Board, led by Yianni Diakomihalis and Vitali Arujau. From the Class of 2018, coach Rob Koll and staff are bringing in Big Board commits Andrew Merola and Gerard Angelo; Merola and Ramirez are teammates at Blair.
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