Ray Ramsey was a three-sport star  at Bradley University.  Ramsey  won 13 varsity letters while scoring 994 points in basketball, setting three school records in track and becoming a Little All-America halfback in football. His college career was split in half by his service in the U.S. Navy during World War II. When he returned to Bradley he captained the basketball team to a 25-7 season and also beat then world-record holder, Earl Dugger, in the 120-yard high hurdles at the Boston AAU meet. Ramsey’s professional basketball career consisted of  just four games, but he played professional football for ten seasons. He played three seasons (1947- 1949) in the All-American Football League,  four seasons (1950-53)  with the Chicago  Chicago Cardinals in the National Football League and finished his career with  three years (1954-1956)  with  the Hamilton Tiger Cats in the Canadian Football League.

RAY RAMSEY Height: 6:02 Weight: 165 College: Bradley’47
Raymond Leroy Ramsey Born: Jul 18, 1921 Died:  Aug 25, 2009 Hometown: Springfield, Il.
Year Team League     GA FGM FTM   FTA  PCT.  AST  PTS   AVG
1941-42 Bradley College
1942-43 Bradley College
1943-46 U.S. Army Military Service
1945-46 Bradley College
1946-47 Bradley College
1947-48 Tri-Cities NBL 2 0 0 0 .000 0 0.0
1948-49 Baltimore BAA 2 0 2 2 1.000 0 2 1.0
Major League Totals 4 0 2 2 1.000 2 0.5
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