On the Draft Board: Eastern Michigan’s Jose Ramirez

The Kansas City Chiefs will do their research on this year’s draft class of pass rushers because they know they need more bodies at the defensive end position.

According to Justin Melo of The Draft Network, this is why they had a video meeting with Eastern Michigan edge defender Jose Ramirez.

In his last two years at Eastern Michigan, Ramirez was a good pass rusher. His best year was 2022 when he led the country in sacks and was named to the first-team all-conference. (12).

Ramirez is from the Orlando, Florida, area. He played football in high school as a wide receiver, cornerback, safety, and linebacker, earning three stars and a football scholarship to the University of Arizona.

After Ramirez did not play in any games in 2017, he moved to Riverside City College in California and played there for a single season, where he had eight sacks and a forced fumble.

Ramirez then enrolled at Eastern Michigan, where he spent four years becoming one of the league’s most feared pass rushers.

Ramirez had 20.5 sacks, 33 tackles for loss, 7 pass deflections, and 5 fumble recoveries over the course of four seasons. Due to his efforts, he was named to the all-conference teams in two consecutive years (2021 and 2022).

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