|High School:||R.J. Reynolds|
2008: Appeared in 11 games for the Blue Devils ... earned starts against Florida Atlantic and N.C. State ... registered two shots ... played in 48 games for his career, finishing with two goals and three assists for seven points.
2007: Appeared in seven contests for Duke ... netted one goal ... took four shots, all on goal ... scored last goal for the Blue Devils in Duke’s 5-0 win over UNC Wilmington on 9/25.
2006: Played in 13 games in 2006 ... contributed one goal and one assist ... goal came in the season opener vs. Hartford on 8/25 ... notched his assist again North Florida on 10/24 ... took eight shots, putting three on goal.
2005: Appeared in 17 games with his first collegiate start coming against Western Illinois on 10/11 ... recorded an assist on Duke’s goal against No. 7 St. John’s on 9/11 ... posted an assist in a 5-0 victory against Temple on 9/24.
Prep: Was a three-time NSCAA Youth All-America ... named to the Parade Magazine All-America team in 2004 after scoring 31 goals for Reynolds ... a High School All-America in 2003, he was named All-State and Conference Player of the Year in his sophomore, junior and senior years ... a dangerous attacking player as a midfielder and forward, he has been a member of the Region III Olympic Development Program and was named to the adidas All-Star team at the USYSA Olympic Development Program Interregional event in 2003 ... was a participant at the prestigious adidas Elite Soccer Program (ESP) in both 2003 and 2004 ... led his Greensboro Soccer Club to the USYSA Region III Championships in the summer of 2004 ... was an NSCAA High School Scholar All-America and a member of the National Honor Society, making the Straight-A Honor Roll all four years of high school ... also lettered in track his senior year.
Personal: Born Bradford Thomas Ramsey on August 25, 1986, in Winston-Salem, N.C. ... son of Richard and Mary Ramsey ... has two sisters, Anna (25) and Blair (28) ... favorite athlete is David Beckham.