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Nevada lands commitment from four-star PG

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Nevada has landed a commitment from four-star guard Devearl Ramsey, a source told NBCSports.com.

Ramsey is the No. 106 player in the Class of 2016, according to Rivals. A 5-foot-11 point guard, Ramsey picked the Wolf Pack over a handful of high-major programs that play in bigger conferences.

The California-native is the latest in a growing list of talented newcomers that new head coach Eric Musselman has reeled in. The third commitment in the Class of 2016 for Nevada, Ramsey joins power forwards Kenneth Wooten, a three-star freshman, and Arlando Cook, one of the best JuCo prospects in the class.

Musselman also landed a commitment from Lindsey Drew, a three-star point guard from LA that is the younger brother of former UCLA and UNC point guard Larry Drew II and the youngest son of Cleveland Cavaliers coach Larry Drew.