OCALA-- Ricardo Ratliffe rewrote the record book during his time at the College of Central Florida.
Recently, the former CF great continued his stellar play at the professional level, as he earned Asia-basket.com Player of the Week honors this past week while playing for South Korea's Mobis Phoebus.
Ratliffe had a double-double of 38 points and 18 rebounds for his top effort during the votitng period.
Currently this season, Ratliffe is fifth in the league at 18.9 points per game and second in rebounds at 9.9. The former University of Missouri standout has made 65.5 percent of his shots on the year and added 1.9 blocks per contest.
While at CF, Ratliffe led the team to the state tournament in consecutive years.
In 2009, he led a team of all newcomers to the conference championship, which ended a three-year run at the top of the Mid-Florida Conference by rival Santa Fe.
Ratliffe broke the single-season scoring record as a freshman for the Patriots and his presence helped the program start off the following season as the No. 1 ranked team in the nation.
As a sophomore, Ratliffe led CF to a conference runner-up spot, but established school records for points scored and finished as a two-time all-american.