Atlanta (Ga.) Woodward Academy, three-star safety Khari Gee decided to give up LSU and commits and signs with Notre Dame. Fighting Irish managed to pull off a flip at the end of the year and secure a 6-3, £ 185 pledge thanks to the safety coach’s stellar effort Terry Joseph.
Gee had already been hired by the Tigers since May 18, but decided to give up his decision after thinking for a while. Notre Dame initially offered Gee in March, but failed to gain much traction at the time. Everything changed and the coaching staff of Fighting Irish was fired.
So what kind of player does Notre Dame get? Kevin Sinclair of Irish Illustrated broke down his film shortly after the Irish initially offered and absolutely enjoyed what he saw at the Peach State booth.
“With a speed of 4.5, which feeds an aggressive 6-3 athlete safely, Gee covers the field with dominant speed and physical force to block the ball carriers,” said Sinclair. “This is a powerful security, with the range and ability to manage the space of a free security. Based only on its top film, often playing or hanging over the box and harassing the background with occasional flashes on the edge, it seems that the (strong) borderline safety role is its future. There are games in which Gee will load by drawing lines on the perimeter to throw a broom of the defender. And you will see the four-star junior in the box filling up where he gives up running, with no win in the B gap ”.
Gee is the fourth addition to Georgia’s Notre Dame in class 2021. He joins the four-star receiver Deion Colzie from Athens, tight end of four stars Cane Berrong from Hartwell and a four-star receiver Jayden Thomas from Atlanta.
As a senior, Gee accumulated a total of 37 attacks and five for a loss. He had two interceptions and two-digit separations.
According to the 247Sports Composite ranking, Gee is number 27 safely in America and number 30 in Georgia in this cycle. In addition, 247Sports lists him as player no. 43 to his position in the 2021 class.