"It's sweet, I came out here and saw my team, they did really well. It just helped having playmakers on both sides of the ball," he said.
"Defense was giving me the ball and offense was giving me touchdowns. They were just getting open, I couldn't have done it without them."
Although the Georgia quarterback commitment seemed to struggle to get going the first day of the tournament, he came out with a stellar performance on Day 2, earning MVP honors.
"The first day, we were all trying to get used to each other, I hadn't really thrown to any of the receivers yet, and it just wasn't going that smoothly yesterday," he said.
"We got out here today and had the offense clicking, defense was clicking, we were just making plays."
Georgia commitments Reggie Wilkerson and Shaquille Wiggins also competed in the tournament as part of the dominant Southeast defense. Ramsey says he's excited to play at the next level with those guys.
"I just see potential and high ceilings, we'll be really good at Georgia," Ramsey said.
"We're all close, we joke with each other, say whatever we want. We know at the end of the day, we're all still brothers."
Wilkerson said his future teammate will be the total package for the Bulldogs.
"He's got all the tools to be an NFL player. He's great, I'm glad Georgia got him," Wilkerson said.
"He brings the whole package, on the field and off the field. He motivates everybody and just gets us ready for the games."
Ramsey also had a lot of nice things to say about two Georgia prospects on his team and he hopes they pick the Bulldogs.
It's been a busy summer for Ramsey with lots of big events like The Opening, Elite 11, and finally Gridiron Kings. Ramsey, who runs a Wing-T offense at Camden County High School, says this summer has been a great opportunity to develop more as a pure passer.
"The Elite 11 went very well, I was learning the verbage for college plays and NFL plays. I was throwing progression routes, which I don't get to do at my school," Ramsey said.
"This summer has really taught me a lot, all this stuff is really helping me for the future because I don't get to do it at my school. It helps out coming to these camps and doing everything I can and taking all the information back to my high school."
Ramsey's focus now shifts to doing just that – taking all he's learned back to school and having a great senior season.