The demand for non-obtrusive, accurate, and continuous blood pressure (BP) monitoring systems is becoming more prevalent with the realization of its significance in preventable cardiovascular disease (CVD) globally. Current cuff-based standards are bulky, uncomfortable, and are limited to discrete recording periods. Wearable sensor technologies such as those using optical photoplethysmography (PPG) have been used to develop blood pressure estimation models through a variety of methods. However, this technology falls short as optical based systems have bias favoring lighter skin tones and lower body fat compositions. Bioimpedance (Bio-Z) is a capable modality of sensing arterial blood flow without implicit inadvertent bias towards individuals. In this paper we propose a ring-based bioimpedance system to capture arterial blood flow from the digital artery of the finger. The ring design provides a more compact wearable device utilizing only a single Bio-Z channel, making it a familiar fit to individuals. Post-processing the acquired Bio-Z signals, we extracted 9 frequency domain features from windowed beat cycles to train subject specific regression models. Results indicate the average mean absolute errors for systolic/diastolic BP to be 4.38/3.63mmHg, consistent with AAMI standards.