Recent Kamari Lassiter Notes
Observations from Georgia’s first preseason practice
Georgia football preseason storylines include starting quarterback competition
Old meets new as Georgia Bulldogs prepare to open preseason camp Thursday
Gamecocks picked third in SEC East; Kroeger first-team All-SEC
Georgia Bulldogs a runaway favorite in SEC Media Days voting
Week 8: DNP — Georgia had its bye week.
Week 7: Lassiter was targeted five times in coverage, giving up two catches for just 11 yards as No. 1 Georgia took down Vanderbilt 37-20. While the corner does not have an interception through seven games, Lassiter has not allowed a TD catch. — JH
Week 6: In top-ranked Georgia's thrashing of Kentucky, 51-13, Lassiter recorded one half of a sack on a blitz. In coverage he allowed only one catch in five targets (though the reception did go for 36 yards) and had a pass break-up. — JH
Week 5: The corner was targeted twice, and he allowed two catches for a total of nine yards in Georgia's 27-20 win over Auburn. He was in on three tackles. —JH
Week 4: Lassiter logged 46 snaps in No. 1 Georgia's demolition of University of Alabama-Birmingham, 49-21. In pass coverage the Bulldogs corner was targeted three times, allowing two catches for a total of seven yards. He was also in on four tackles. — JH
Week 3: In the Bulldogs' 24-14 win versus South Carolina Kamari played on 61 of the team's defensive snaps. He registered three tackles and assisted on another. He was targeted on seven passes and allowed three receptions for 37 yards. He also broke up a pass.
Week 2: Kamari played 33 snaps in Georgia's 45-3 win versus Ball State. Kamari registered one tackle. He was targeted on one pass and did not allow a reception.
Week 1: Kamari played in 36 snaps in the Bulldogs' 48-7 win in their opener versus Tennessee-Martin. He was targeted on one pass and did not allow a reception. He did not register a tackle in the game.
Week 0: DNP
HISTORY — from college profile
2022: Has started at DB in all 15 games to date...had 38 total stops...had three tackles, including a tackle for loss against TCU in the CFP National Championship Game...season-high five tackles in win over Tennessee...also had a pass breakup vs. the Vols...had four tackles, one for lost yardage, and a pass breakup in SEC Championship Game vs. LSU...four tackles in win at South Carolina...also had four stops in win at Missouri...two tackles in win at Kentucky...both stops against the Cats went for lost yardage...had three tackles season-opening win over No. 11 Oregon...three tackles in win at Mississippi State included a stop for a 3-yard loss and a fourth-down tackle for no gain.
2021: Played in all 15 games as a reserve DB and on special teams...finished with 11 total stops...season-high four tackles in win over Charleston Southern...also had a pass breakup vs. the Buccaneers...had two tackles and a pass breakup in win over Missouri...had two tackles in win over South Carolina...had one tackle and his first career interception in win at Vanderbilt...had one tackle in punt coverage in Capital One Orange Bowl vs. Michigan.
High School: American Christian Academy in Tuscaloosa, Ala., coached by Chris Smelley…257Sports.com four-star composite prospect…ranked the #250 prospect nationally, the #18 defensive back prospect, and the #8 prospect in Alabama… PrepStar Magazine four-star prospect, Top 350 All-American…ranked as the #25 DB prospect, #10 prospect in Alabama, and #344 prospect nationally… rivals.com four-star prospect…ranked #212 nationally, #21 defensive back prospect and the #7 prospect in Alabama …ESPN.com four-star prospect…ranked the #24 defensive back prospect and the #13 prospect in Alabama …helped American Christian to a 12-1 record a state championship runner-up title…totaled 210 tackles, 20 tackles for loss, 10 interceptions, 22 pass break ups and four forced fumbles…also played wide receiver for American Christian, finished his career with 103 receptions for 2,488 yards and 35 touchdowns…named a 2020 Sports Illustrated All-American Football candidate from the state of Alabama…part of Al.com’s “A-List” ranking the top 15 recruits from the state of Alabama.
Full name KAMARI QUINCEY LASSITER...major: Housing Management & Policy...recipient of the James E. Farish Football Scholarship.
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