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Late second round to undrafted.

“Ramel showed what he did in college today. He competed the entire workout. He didn’t take a possession off and he shot the ball pretty well. He has a good feel for how to run things. He has played as combo guard in college, but showed today that he can lead from the point guard position as well”
—Nets Director of Scouting Gregg Polinsky

On how he sees himself fitting in with the Nets
“Number one leadership. Great heart, great passion. I’m from New York, so I grew up watching the Knicks and the Nets and I’m a fan first. Anything they need me to do I’d be ready to fill in and be the last guy on the bench and just encouraging the guys on the court.”

On today’s workout
“I thought it went pretty well. I shot the ball well. I worked hard, so I thought it went pretty good.”

On his expectations coming into the workout
“I just came into this thinking NBA. That’s my goal. I just wanted to come in and work as hard as I could to try and impress the coaching staff.”

During 2007-08 senior season named First Team All-SEC while averaging 15.9 ppg (10th in the SEC)…Named to SEC All-Defensive Team…Second in SEC in FT percentage at .826…Named SEC Player of the Week after second career double-double (26 points and 10 rebounds) versus South Carolina…Scored career high 27 points versus Lousiville…During 2006-07 junior season averaged 13.8 points and 3.7 assists…Scored in double figures in 22 of last 25 games…Second in the SEC in free throw percentage at .820…Only player to start every game…During 2005-06 sophomore season averaged 7.9 points…Scored 18 points against Ohio…Shot .780 from the FT line…During 2004-05 freshman season averaged 4.6 points…One of two non-starters to play in every game…Shot .500 from three-point line in final 11 regular-season games…Sixth on team in minutes played.

“Bradley made up for what he may have lacked in size with a "never die" attitude common in graduates of the New York street ball circuits.” –Travis Waldron, Kentucky Kernel

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