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Sean's one sentence analysis: Ramsey isn't amazingly fast and doesn't have much power, but hits well, gets on base and plays solid defense.
Thoughts from the community: "Ramsey posted a strong line of .280/.362/.347 in 64 games for Auburn and was invited to instrux. Scouts characterize him as a 'tweener at both the plate and in the field, but do feel he could rise as high as AAA." - Luke Erickson, Nationals Prospects (@nats_prospects)
Previous analysis and notes:
The 2010 Cape Cod League All-Star hit .318/.416/.430 this year, including a bunch of doubles and triples but no homers in his senior season at Houston. He was 5/6 on stolen bases as well.
Nats.com roundup: "Ramsey hit .318 and drove in 46 runs in his senior season. He stole five bases and did not homer."
From Sam Khan, Jr., Houston Chronicle, 6/10/11: "'I think it was (playing in) the Cape (Cod League) that helped me out the most,' said Ramsey, who went undrafted after his junior year. 'The area (scouts) see you all the time but to get someone from a completely different part of the U.S. to see you too, it gives you a lot more credibility. Doing well at Cape made a world of difference.'"
From Steve Garrity, Draft Site, 7/30/10: "After surprisingly going undrafted, Ramsey did nothing but impressed during the Cape’s All Star event. He started things off by singling off a 96-mph fastball from West starter Austin Wood, a 2010 fourth round selection by the Tampa Bay Rays. Ramsey continued to impress by gathering another single in his second at bat and then stealing base easily using his above average speed. Caleb showed off a gun in centerfield later in the game, nearly missing an outfield assist on a one hopper from dead center. Winning the MVP last night, Ramsey showed off plenty of tools and should find himself on plenty of scouts' follow-list this time around."
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Ramsey signed with the Nats on June 16, 2011.