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Lian Ramiro joins DLSU Green Archers

The DLSU Green Archers added point guard depth to their talent pool with the arrival of one-and-done prospect Lian Ramiro, sources confirmed to All-Star Magazine.

Ramiro is a 5-foot-11 playmaker who last played NCAA Division 2 basketball for University of Arkansas – Forth Smith. In the 2023-2024 season with the Lions, he averaged 11.3 points, 3.1 rebounds, and 2.4 assists in 25 minutes a game. He shot 41% from the field, 35% from long range, and 78% from the foul stripe.

The Aurora, Colorado turns 22-years-old in July and is eligible in Season 87 as a masters’ student. Following the departure of graduating players Evan Nelle and Mark Nonoy from the defending champions, Ramiro could potentially provide the veteran experience La Salle needs in their title retention bid and serve as the bridge in an important position of need before the insertion of transferees Jacob Cortez and Kean Baclaan in Season 88.

Ramiro trained with developmental program Fil-Nation Select and was discovered by Philippine basketball coaches during the program’s Las Vegas showcase in 2023, allowing head coach Topex Robinson to envision his fit with the squad.

Ramiro has already arrived in the Philippines and practiced with DLSU based on Instagram stories.

He was born to Filipino parents, raised in the United States, and attained his Philippine passport before turning 16-years-old.

He graduated from Grandview High School in 2020 as a member of the 5A All-State Second Team. In his sophomore season he helped lead his team to a 5A state championship.

Ramiro spent the first three seasons of his college career at Colorado State-Pueblo where he compiled more than 1,000 career points before transferring to UAFS.

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