3-Star Tuscaloosa CB Kamri decides to Lassiter College


Georgia did not win Saturday night in Tuscaloosa. Yet the Bulldogs got another chance on Thursday night, recruiting in 2021 to secure a crucial win for one class by defending defensive back prospect Kamari Lasser.

Auburn. Clemson. Georgia. Georgia Tech.

This single slip was not allowed to come late or in the second part of this decision.

Lassiter showed that winning one on the mark still did not impede Georgia’s momentum on the recruiting trail. The 3-star cornerback goal of the American Christian Academy in Tuscalcosa opted to return home to Georgia with his college decision.

The nation’s No. 26 corner prospect and Georgia developed 355 overall recruits (247Sports overall). He still has the Georgia area code on his cell phone and is now the 17th public commitment for Kirby Smart and his staff in the 2021 class.

Rivals.com, with a rating that is part of the 247Sports composite, lists Lassiter as a 4-star prospect and the nation’s No. 250 overall recruit.

The decision takes Georgia to No. 7 in the 24ports sports team overall rankings for the 2021 cycle. The Bulldogs now climb both USC and Michigan in the 2021 class rankings.

American Christian, a Class 3A school from Alabama, entered Thursday night’s game in 2021 with a 7–0 ranking so far. American Christian Head Coach Chris Smellle told AL.com over the summer how he considers Lassi to be more than just a football. Player.

“He’s tall,” Smelli recently told AL.com. “He is speed. He is aggressive. He is not far from contact. His football is off the IQ charts. He is a 4.0 student who has also done well on ACT. The sky is the limit for sure.”

The latest Bulldog commit is not only a defensive back, but also a great all-around playmaker for all, on special teams and on the offensive side of the ball. He caught 34 passes for 800 yards and 15 touchdowns as a junior in 2019, as well as taking four passes in the lone corner, often on defense.

Check out the senior highlights for Lassiter up to this point.

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