Posted On: 12/12/18 10:02 AM
Bay City Central’s Elias Ramirez (2019) has already secured his spot at the next level. But now, the Northwood University commit is on a mission to make sure his high school remembers him forever.
The four-year varsity player is quickly closing in on 1,000 career points and would be only the fifth player in school history to make that list. But he is also bound and determined to give the program their first district championship since 1998. The Wolves knock-down shooter averaged 13.7 PPG as a sophomore before wrapping up his junior year with an average of 15.6 PPG and a team-best free throw percentage of 82.4. He’s also a threat from deep, entering his fina