Ramsey had a lot of upside. He played for Texas Tech, which is one of those schools, like Virginia, Iowa St., Florida St., Villanova, and Kentucky, that if you don't play good defense, you don't play. He's an elite athlete with an explosive first step. He shot over 40% from the three, and was a good finisher at the basket. He needs to tighten up his ball handling and improve his passing. One thing he's good at is shot selection. In the games I watched he seldom took a bad or forced shot. I thought he had an outside shot of going at the bottom of the 1st round.
On common theme in all three of the Kings selection is all are good defenders, and all three can shoot the three. All three are coachable, and have good if not great BBIQ. This is how you start to build a culture on a team.
The new FO has a vested interest in this rookie class. There's still a good chance Ramsey spends most of the year in Stockton but it doesn't surprise me that they signed him outright. And with an optional 3rd year to have his Bird rights if he pans out.