The 6-foot-5, 220-pound defensive end was at U of L for a game for the first time, watching the Cardinals down Houston 20-13.
"It was a really, really good time," Ramsey said. "It was the first time I had been there and I loved the atmosphere and the fans.
"I got a chance to talk with coach (Shawn) Watson and it was good. It was just a great experience for me."
A three-star prospect, Ramsey had been on several visits to campus. He said he plans on taking his official visit in mid-December.
But he said coming for a game was "really big for me."
"I love how they play defense and I can see myself fitting in there," Ramsey said. "That's exactly how I like to play, so I was watching them close."
Ramsey, who was dressed in a U of L baseball cap and t-shirt, said his high school career is complete after a loss to Cincinnati Elder in the first round of the playoffs. Northmont finished 8-2 and had 55 total tackles.
"It was a good year," he said. "Now, I just need to get stronger. I have to add some strength before I get to college."
Ramsey said one thing he didn't expect was a few fans not only know who he was but knowing his name, noting "that was really nice."