Ryan became a 2x OTE Champion with the City Reapers. He averaged 10.7 points and 7.7 rebounds through the regular season. Posted two double-doubles in the semi-final playoff round against the Cold Hearts to help the Reapers advance to the Championship. He scored a season high 23 points against the Bruins on December 16. Scored in double figures nine games. Six games with double-figures rebounds. Voted third for Most Improved Player.
Ryan made the biggest difference on Team Elite on the boards, collecting at least one offensive and defensive rebound in nearly every game he played in. He was third in the league in ORB% (13.9%) & ORB per 40 (5.8). Ryan scored in double figures in eight games and held the highest NRtg and DRtg on his team in season one. After the season, he attended the NBPA 100 with his brother, Matt, and Bryson Warren.
Bewley was the first player to sign with Overtime Elite with his brother Matt. He played for West Oaks Academy (Orlando, Florida) and was rated the country’s #4 power forward (#20 overall) by 247 Sports, the #6 power forward (#12 overall) by ESPN and the #4 power forward (#16 overall) by Rivals.