|High School:||Brandon HS|
2013: Was named to the All-Big East Played in 57 of the Bulls 58 games this season all starts in center field…Was named Big East Player of the Week the week of March 4 …Lead USF in batting at .337 on the season and in Big East play at .387 which was good enough for second in the league…Also lead the team in slugging (.449), hits (82) and total bases (109)…Had a team-high 25 multi-hit games and had 12 multi-RBI games…Ramsay started the season with a 2-for-6 outing against Purdue where he brought in 4 RBI and scored 3 runs including a 2-run homerun…After getting 3 hits in six games this season he got a career high 4 against Rutgers on May 16 going 4-for-5 with 2 runs and 2 RBI…In the Bulls 6-4 win over UCF on February 28, he went 2-for-4 with an RBI and a run. He followed that up with a run and an RBI in his 3-for-4 appearance in the Bulls 7-5 win over Toledo. Later in that same series Ramsay went 2-for6 with a homerun and a walk-off 3 RBI triple to cap off the Bulls’ 6-run, 9-8 comeback win over Toledo. He started off conference play with a 2-for-4 night with 2 RBI and a run in USF’s 8-3 win over Cincinnati. He finished off the weekend series 6-for-12 with 3 RBI and 4 runs. In the Bulls three-game sweep of Pittsburgh, Ramsay went 5-for-13 with 3 runs and 3 RBI including a 3-for-4 2 run, 2 RBI night in the Bulls 7-6 including scoring the game-winning run over Pittsburgh on April 6 followed by a walk-off single on April 7 to help secure the series sweep…In the Bulls 6-2 (13) road win over Stetson Ramsay went 3-for-6 with a run and a perfect 2-for-2 in stolen base attempts. In his next outing on the road against UConn, he would again swipe two bases on as many attempts in a 3-for-5, 1 run outing in the series opener…In the Bulls 2-1 series win over Notre Dame in South Bend, Ramsay went 6-for-16 with two runs and two RBI including an RBI single in the top of the 19th on May 3 to help lead USF to an 8-2 win.
2012: Was the only member of team to play in all 60 games during the 2012 season...Finished the season leading the team in batting average (.328), RBI's (32), total bases (93), sac flies (4), stolen bases (14) and multi-hit games (28)...Was named to BIG EAST second-team as an outfielder for his performance during regular season in which he was second on team in batting average (.318) and recorded 17 RBI off 35 hits...In addition to second-team honors, he was named All-BIG EAST for his performance during the 2012 BIG EAST Championships where he helped lead the team to it's memorable run in the tournament, getting to the program's first championship final...The sophomore batted .292 and recorded seven hits and three RBI over the Bulls six games in Clearwater...Throughout the season, the sophomore became a consistent offensive and defensive weapon in USF's lineup...The outfielder collected a season-high three RBI in a 2-for-4 performance against Notre Dame on April 1st, to help lift the Bulls past the Irish 6-4.
2011: The freshman played in 51 games for the Bulls, starting in 46 of them in his rookie campaign...Batted .250 with three home runs, seven doubles and 22 RBI...Recorded nine multi-hit games on the season...He hit his first career homer in the first game of the season at Florida (2/18)...Had a season-high three RBI in one game against Florida A&M (3/5), a game the Bulls went on to win 6-0...Collected 90 putouts on the season primarily playing in the outfield...Recorded a .311 on-base percentage as well as a .381 slugging percentage on the season...Was five-of-seven in stolen bases, tying him for second most on the team.
Prep: Named 2010 Tony Saladino Award winner... Named the St. Petersburg Times Hillsborough County Baseball Player of the Year as a sophomore... 2008 All-Hillsborough County as a sophomore... Missed all but three games of junior season due to a season-ending knee injury ... Named 2008 Saladino Tournament MVP where he went 13-for-19 during the five-game stretch and set a new tournament record for hits. ... Hit .467 with nine doubles, one triple, three home runs with 30 RBI and 35 runs scored while helping Brandon reach the Class 5A state tournament in 2008... Florida Sports Writers Association Class 5A first team all-state selection... Committed just one error in centerfield... Ranked the No. 34 overall prospect in the state of Florida by Prospect Wire and No. 8 outfield prospect... Perfect Game ranked him No. 394 prospect in the nation.