|2013 Pro Soccer Combine – Men's Player Profile|
|Nationality/Passport||Barbados passport, Cayman Islands citizen, US Student Visa|
|Birthdate / Birthplace||April 22, 1991 / Barbados|
|School/Last Season of Eligibility||University of West Florida / 2012|
|Last Professional Team||N/A|
|Combine Coaches||Tim Hanley (Houston Dynamo/MLS)
Ricardo Lopes (Ft. Lauderdale Strikers/NASL)
Nic Platter (Carolina RailHawks/NASL)
|Technical (1 - 5: 5=strongest)|
|Hands||2||Can work on this|
|Communication||2||Needs to talk more and be more specific in direction|
|With Ball at Feet||3|
|Physical Ability (1 - 5: 5=strongest)|
|Combine Coach's Overall Comments|
|Ramon has a great physical presence in goal. Technically, he needs work on some aspects. He tends to dive backwards, and must work to improve his coordination. He only uses one leg on the cross. Mentally, he can be too casual at times.|
|Collegiate Soccer Career|
|Head Coach: Bill Elliot
2012: First Team All-Gulf South Conference. A seven-time GSC Defender of the Week, held a goals against average of 1.23 in ten games in 2012, along with 29 saves and a .725 save percentage.
2011: Was named to the All-GSC First Team… Ranked second in goals against average in the GSC (.55)… Ranked third in the GSC in save percentage (.786), shutouts (2) and shutouts per game (.40)… Started 12/12 games in goal for UWF… Recorded 29 saves, posted a 6-3-2 record and tallied four shutouts… Logged 1024 minutes.
2010: Saw action in six games, four of which he started, as the team’s primary reserve goalkeeper ... Gulf South Conference Defender of the Week (9/28) ... allowed six goals and posted a goals against average of 1.36 ... made 16 saves with a save percentage of .727 ... made four saves, including stopping a penalty kick and the shot off the rebound coming immediately after, in the Argos’ dramatic 2-1 win over No. 7 Lynn (9/25) ... tallied six saves in 110 minutes played in a 1-1 tie against William Carey (9/28).
|Professional / Semi-Pro / Club Soccer Career|
|Injury and Medical Information|
|Sprained MCL, March 2012.|
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