The 6-foot-3 Ramos finished with seven catches for 153 yards and two touchdowns as Lovejoy cruised to its seventh straight win, a 51-6 victory over the Rams on Oct. 26.
“I got over the top of the defensive backs on Cover 2 and Cover 3,” said Ramos, who has five TD catches this season.
“He has gotten a lot better at attacking the football, catching it at its highest point and with his hands,” Lovejoy coach Al Hughes said.
Ramos also acknowledged his improvements at running routes as a part of his success.
“I know I’m not the fastest guy but if I run my route how it is supposed to be ran, more than likely I will be open,” Ramos said.
“All the things that a more experienced receiver would do he is doing,” said Hughes, who believes Ramos has also improved at running deep routes.
Ramos said he studies the play of Cincinnati Bengals’ A.J. Green, the Falcons’ Julio Jones and Cincinnati Bearcat Alex Chisum, who attended Sandy Creek.
The Wildcats’ deep threat said he is getting interest from Cincinnati, UNC, NC State and Middle Tennessee.