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Data Scout Notes: 2013: NAC/NAM...Switching to DE/Coming off multiple career INJs/DS#3TeamProspect-DBrugler...2012: 09-25-12 - (+) Back, out for 2012...INJs/NA...2011: NA-INJ...Missed 2011 with foot injury/Projected Round 3-4 (On play up) for 2011 Draft...2010: NA
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Ramsey started his first three games as a sophomore and then led the Eagles' defensive linemen with 39 tackles in 2010. However, he played in just two games the following season due to a left foot injury. He again played in two games in 2012 before sitting out the rest of the campaign due to injury.
Ramsey returned last season to start eight of 10 games, finishing with 28 tackles, 4.0 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks. However, he was not able to participate at the Scouting Combine or his pro day due to a right calf injury.
STRENGTHS: High school basketball player is a good sized athlete, and can line up at multiple spots along the defensive line. A load to handle off the snap. Moves well for his size. Strong tackler who benched 225 pounds 36 times at the combine, topping the position.
WEAKNESSES: Strong durability concerns - dealt with significant leg, shoulder, foot and calf injuries during six college seasons. Doesn't almost rush the pocket with a plan and needs to play smarter and display better instinct. Too easily allows himself to get tied up with single blockers.
Played in 10 games ... recorded eight starts along the defensive line ... finished the season with 28 tackles, including 16 solo tackles ... tallied 4.0 tackles for a loss of 24 yards, including 2.0 sacks for a loss of 17 yards ... registered two quarterback hurries.
Played in the team's first two games before missing the remainder of the season because of injury ... made two solo tackles against Maine (Sept. 8) ... recorded two tackles (0.5 for loss) against Miami (Sept. 1).
Played in just two games ... missed 10 games because of injury ... started the season-opener against Northwestern (Sept. 3) and assisted on two tackles ... also played against Massachusetts (Sept. 24).
Appeared in 11 games...led defensive linemen with 39 tackles...also had 7.5 tackles for a loss and 2.5 sacks...made five tackles (three solo), one sack, and two tackles for loss against Nevada in the Kraft Fight Hunger Bowl...recorded five tackles, one for a loss and a pass breakup at Syracuse...posted four solo tackles including one for a loss at Wake Forest...notched three solo tackles and four total against Clemson...made three tackles with one behind the line against Maryland...tallied four tackles and a sack at Florida State...had two tackles and a sack at NC State...set a career high with seven tackles in the season opener against Weber State.
Appeared in eight games with three starts...finished the season with 11 tackles (seven solo) and two sacks...recorded a career-high four tackles at Notre Dame...registered two tackles and a sack at Virginia Tech...recorded two tackles at Clemson, including his first career sack...recipient of the Mary M. and William H. Sullivan, Jr. '37 Scholarship.
Valuable second-stringer on the defensive line as a true freshman...had six tackles with one for a loss on the season...got his TFL at Wake Forest...recorded two solo tackles against Clemson...registered a solo tackle at North Carolina...had a tackle against Rhode Island and UCF.
Earned All-County and All-Conference honors as a senior defensive end at Laurel Highlands High School; also played tight end...played for head coach Jack Buehner...also starred on the school's basketball team, earning Class AAA All-State honors as a junior and senior.
Earned All-County and All-Conference honors as a senior defensive end at Laurel Highlands High School; also played tight end ... played for head coach Jack Buehner ... also starred on the school's basketball team, earning Class AAA All-State honors as a junior and senior.
Kaleb Jeffrey Ramsey, born June 20, 1989 ... earned a bachelor's degree in sociology in May 2012 ... is pursuing a master's degree in criminal justice from the Woods College of Advancing Studies ... Kaleb is the youngest of Yvonne and Jeff Ramsey's four children.
Draft Scout Player News
08/27/14 - DT Kaleb Ramsey was placed on reserve/physically unable to perform by the 49ers Tuesday (Aug. 26).
07/18/14 - DT Kaleb Ramsey failed his physical with the 49ers July 17 and was declared active/physically unable to perform.
05/12/14 - A closer look at the 49ers' picks: Round 7/243 -- Kaleb Ramsey, DE, 6-3, 293, Boston College...Ramsey is a player the 49ers have evaluated for three-straight drafts, but injuries have prevented him from leaving school. He can play all over the defensive line and posted 36 reps on the bench press at the scouting combine. If he stays healthy, he could be a developmental player on the practice squad with a chance to make the roster in future seasons. - The Sports Xchange
08/22/13 - DE Kaleb Ramsey is taking his third stab at his final year at the Heights; and he's switching from tackle to end to do it. Injuries have limited Ramsey to two games each of the last two years, and he's back via a sixth year granted by the NCAA. The move to the outside, orchestrated by new coordinator Don Brown, should give Ramsey more freedom and allow him to avoid the pressures of the trenches a bit more. - The Sports Xchange
06/27/13 - TOP BOSTON COLLEGE PROSPECTS: 3. DT Kaleb Ramsey (6-3, 288, 5.24)...If it feels like Ramsey has been at Boston College for six seasons now, you're exactly right. After a 2010 season in which he introduced himself to pro scouts as a legitimate NFL prospect, he missed most of 2011 and 2012 due to injuries, including plantar fasciitis. Ramsey, who earned his degree last year, was granted a sixth year of eligibility and will attempt to rebuild his draft stock and stay healthy in 2013 while also pursuing his master's degree.
When he was on the field, he wasn't used as a full-time player as he was often subbed in and out as more of a rotational lineman. Ramsey has good natural burst off the snap to attack gaps and use his quickness to slip into the backfield. He shows nice awareness against the run with the hand strength to shed and work through traffic to the ball. Ramsey needs to improve his leverage and keep his pad level low, but obviously the biggest obstacle standing between him and the NFL is durability. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com