OCALA-Former CF men's basketball star Ricardo Ratliffe continues to star as a professional.
Ratliffe led Mobis Phoebus to its third straight championship in the Korean Basketball League.
Ratliffe, CF's all-time leading scorer and two-time NJCAA All-American, went on to start at the University of Missouri following his career with the Patriots.
While at CF, Ratliffe was easily the most decorated and highly recruited player in the program's history.
With Ratliffe leading the way, the Patriots started off his sophomore season ranked No. 1 in the country.
His excellence has continued at the professional level, as he led his team to a sweep in this year's championship game.
Ratliffe averaged 14.0 points and 8.5 rebounds in the finals.
Overall, he ended the year for Mobis with averages of 20.0 points and 10.0 rebounds per game.
Ratliffe's season averages were career highs this past season.
Change is on the horizon for the former CF start.
Due to KBL rules, non-Korean players are prohibited from playing for the same team for three years.
While playing for Mobis, Ratliffe was the league leader in rebounds twice and in blocked shots on three occasions.
He was named player of the week 20 times and won the Williams Jones Cup for South Korea this past summer and has truly made his mark on the country's basketball scene.