March 2, 2011
Ramacher Could Figure in at Several Positions
Going into his junior year Denton (Texas) Guyer athlete Dominic Ramacher knew that he had talent but also knew his situation of playing back-up to Oklahoma State 2011 signee J.W. Walsh wasn't going to lead to a lot of recruiting attention. However early in the year Guyer's coaching staff found a role for him as a 6-foot-3, 230-pound tight end and the rest is history.
Ramacher put together a strong junior year and has already picked up offers from Colorado and Minnesota. Ramacher found respite from the bench as a tight end but his future could lay at any number of positions as schools from coast to coast think he has promise at multiple spots on the field.
"I knew at the beginning of the season, I was the back-up quarterback, no one really knew I could play another position. When I moved to tight end I didn't know how it would go but I figured I would go with it and give it a good shot," Ramacher said. "The first few games it really came natural, the coaches at that point said you're going to get college paid for somewhere and I believed it and just kept working. I knew I would get some colleges, I didn't think I would get these offers. It's not overwhelming."
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