Texas Tech Guard Jahmi’us Ramsey Declares for NBA Draft

A scholarship opens up.

On Saturday, Texas Tech guard Jahmi’us Ramsey declared for the NBA Draft, but did not hire an agent, which gives Ramsey the option to return if after talking with teams, he feels like he should return to school. Ramsey has until June 3, 2020 to make a decision as to whether or not he will return.

Ramsey talked with Watch Stadium’s Jeff Goodman talked with Ramsey about his decision and talked about how he is working to get better.

This is likely to cause some roster issues with Ramsey in a bit of limbo until early June. Beard really has to keep that spot open in case Ramsey returns. Technically, Texas Tech is right where it needs to be with Ramsey leaving, but that also assumes that Benson is not going to take a scholarship. As we all know, Beard is still after a big-man forward, so he’s not turning over this roster.

Eligibility Chart

Position Player 2020 2021 2022 2023 2024 2025
Guard Davide Moretti (6-2/175)
Kyler Edwards (6-3/200)
Kevin McCullar (6-5/180)
Clarence Nadolny (6-3/190)
Nimari Burnett (6-3/185) HS
Avery Benson (6-4/200) ? ?
Jamarius Burton (6-4/210)** WSU
Forward Andre Savrasov (6-9/215)
Terrence Shannon, Jr. (6-7/185)
Tyreek Smith (6-8/205)
Joel Ntambwe (6-9/210)*
Chibuzo Agbo, Jr. (6-7/215) HS
Micah Peavy (6-7/172) HS
Esahi Nyiwe (6-10/210) JUCO
Forward TJ Holyfield (6-8/230)
Forward Chris Clarke (6-6/215)
Center Russel Tchewa (7-0/255)#
Guard Jahmius Ramsey (6-4/190)$
TOTALS 13 13 12 10 4 0

13 scholarships each year | Black Box = Scholarship Year | Red Box = Redshirt Year | HS = Playing high school | JC = Playing junior college | TR = Transfer | NBA = Declared for NBA Draft | NA = No Longer Attending | *Transfer from UNLV | **Transfer from Wichita State | # Enters transfer portal | $ Declares for NBA Draft


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