2016-17 (RS Senior): Started the first nine and then the last 13 games of the year, appearing in all 31 ... Served as one of the team's primary three-point threats and ended with 6.4 points and 1.5 rebounds per game ... Put forth arguably the biggest Golden Eagle performance of the season in a 76-53 win over North Texas, connecting on six consecutive three-pointers in the first half to blow the game open as Southern Miss clinched a C-USA Tournament bid for the first time since a two-year postseason ban ... He was the first to accomplish that feat since Neil Watson in 2013 ... Committed just 20 turnovers in 679 minutes ... Also went 4-for-4 on deep balls at Middle Tennessee (finished his career 8-for-9 against the repeat C-USA Champs) ... Also made a trio of three-pointers each against Old Dominion, Hawaii and Union.
2015-16 (Junior): Started five of 29 games for the Golden Eagles as a newcomer ... Shot 39 percent from the field and was 37-for-97 on three-pointers (38 percent) ... Also added 11 assists and six steals ... Scored in double-figures for three of the first four contests, while also posting 12 against Middle Tennessee and 10 versus North Texas in the final stretch.
2014-15 (Redshirt Sophomore, Seminole State College): Led the NJCAA in three point percentage (59.3%) ... Played in 26 games, making 24 starts on the year ... Recorded 355 points on 130-for-233 (.558) shooting, averaging 13.7 points per game ... Went 67-for-113 (.593) from behind the arc ... Grabbed 71 rebounds, while adding 70 assists and 23 steals.
2013-14 (Redshirt Freshman, Miami Dade College): Played in 16 games, making five starts ... Tallied 191 points on 65-of-170 (.382) shooting, including 51 three-pointers made and a 39.5 clip from behind the arc ... Pulled down 30 rebounds with 18 assists and 15 steals.
2012-13 (Freshman, Ball State): Played in 10 of Ball State's first 11 games before suffering an illness in December and missing the remainder of the season ... Earned a medical hardship waiver to preserve his year of eligibility ... Averaged 11.2 minutes per game and 2.9 points per game ... Had 11 points, including a trio of 3-pointers in a span of 75 seconds, to help Ball State to its Nov. 16 win over Wofford ... Scored 10 points on Dec. 5 vs. Holy Cross (Ind.) ... Made his collegiate debut with 15 minutes off the bench Nov. 11 against Grambling State.
High School: Played three years at Southport High School for coach Wes Peek after spending his freshman year at Perry Meridian High School ... Ranked as one of the top-25 shooters in the country for the Class of 2012 by ESPN.com ... Four-time All-Conference Indiana selection and three-time All-Marion County choice ... Named Honorable Mention All-State as a senior ... Averaged 17.2 points per game for his high school career ... Scored more than 1,000 career points at Southport HS ... Set the Southport records for single-season free throw percentage (.890), single-game 3-pointers made (9) and most consecutive free throws made (27) ... Led the state of Indiana in 3-point shooting as a junior, connecting on 52.4 percent (66-of-126) ... Averaged a career-best 19.5 points per game as a junior and ranked 40th in the state with 410 points ... Selected for the Indiana North-South All-Star Game and the Hoosiers' Reunion All-Star Classic as a senior ... Played AAU basketball throughout his high school years for SYF Players (Indiana), Meanstreets (Illinois), Indiana Elite and Southern Select (Georgia) ... Honor student. Personal: Full name Michael Alexander Ramey ... Son of Lisa and Mark Ramey ... Has two brothers, Matthew and Marcus ... Relatives played collegiate basketball, Dave Ramey (Pittsburgh), Larvy Ramey (Butler), Max Ramey (Indiana State) and Mark Ramey (Northwest College & Concordia College) ... Born on Feb. 24, 1993 in Indianapolis, Ind. ... Majoring in business.