Eli is looking to make a name for himself.
After redshirting UAAP Season 85, Eli Ramos is ready to make his UAAP debut for the Adamson Soaring Falcons.
It took a while but the 6-foot-3 guard, who recently signed a endorsement deal with Rebook, is just a few weeks away from hearing the loud school chants while playing exciting basketball.
“I'm mostly just excited because I've waited almost 4 years just to play in the UAAP after all that's happened,” Ramos told One Sports. “I'm just really looking forward to it. I'll give it my all.”
Ramos, who committed to the Ateneo Blue Eagles in 2019 before the pandemic happened, made the transfer to Adamson last year.
Now that he's ready to step on the court for some official UAAP action, the younger brother of Gilas Pilipinas standout Dwight Ramos is looking to make a name for himself in the country.
“You guys can expect that I'll bring the energy when I get in the game,” said Ramos. “I'm gonna do whatever it takes to win.”
“I can do a little bit of everything on the court, so I'm just gonna do what I gotta do,” he added.
With the addition of Ramos, as well as several other prized recruits, the Falcons are expected to go for a deep run in the upcoming UAAP Season 86.