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Tech Football Welcomes Three More Transfers

THE FLATS – After announcing the addition of four transfers to its roster last week, Georgia Tech football has officially welcomed three more transfers in redshirt freshman defensive back Khari Gee (Atlanta, Ga./Woodward Academy/Notre Dame), senior running back Hassan Hall (Atlanta, Ga./Maynard Jackson H.S./Louisville) and redshirt freshman defensive back Ahmari Harvey (Tallahassee, Fla./Florida State University School/Auburn).

“I’m excited to welcome three more outstanding young men to the Georgia Tech football family in Khari, Hassan and Ahmari,” Georgia Tech head coach Geoff Collins said. “All three of them are great additions to our team – on the field and in the locker room – as well as our campus and our community. They’re ready to get to work right away and I’m excited to get back on the practice field with our full team next month.”

KHARI GEE (DB, 6-2, 195, r-Fr., Atlanta, Ga./Woodward Academy/Notre Dame)
2021 (Notre Dame): Did not see game action as a true freshman and has four seasons of eligibility remaining.

High School: Rated as a four-star prospect, the No. 28 safety in the nation and the No. 25 overall player in the state of Georgia by Rivals in 2021 … Helped lead Atlanta’s Woodward Academy to the second round of the Georgia 5A state playoffs as a senior in 2020 … Recorded 37 tackles, five tackles for loss and two interceptions during final prep season … 2020 preseason all-state honoree by MaxPreps … Coached by John Hunt.

HASSAN HALL (RB, 6-0, 205, Sr., Atlanta, Ga./Maynard Jackson H.S./Louisville)
2018-21 (Louisville): Played 42 games over four seasons at Louisville and has one season of eligibility remaining … Amassed 3,843 all-purpose yards (1,299 rushing, 175 receiving, 2,369 kickoff return) and 13 touchdowns (11 rushing, two kickoff return) in his four seasons with the Cardinals … Earned second-team all-ACC honors as an all-purpose back and third-team recognition as a return specialist as a sophomore in 2019, when he rushed for 501 yards and five touchdowns, caught 12 passes for 99 yards and averaged 30.5 yards per kickoff return (good for third nationally), including a 100-yard touchdown at Wake Forest … Began his collegiate career by appearing in all 12 games (including a career-high five starts) as a true freshman in 2018, racking up 1,220 all-purpose yards (303 rushing, 99 receiving, 818 kickoff return) and four touchdowns (three rushing, one 99-yard kickoff return vs. Clemson) … Had 611 yards (223 rushing, six receiving, 382 kickoff return) in eight games in 2020 and 667 yards (272 rushing, 19 receiving and 376 kickoff return) in nine games in 2021 … Rushed for three touchdowns over final two seasons at Louisville (two in 2020, one in 2021) … Graduated from Louisville in December 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in communication.

High School: Rated as a three-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN in 2018 … Ranked as the No. 45 running back nationally and the No. 93 overall player in the state of Georgia by ESPN … Two-way player ran for 728 yards (7.8 avg.) and five touchdowns and made 98 tackles with three interceptions and 10 fumble recoveries as a senior at Atlanta’s Maynard Jackson H.S. … Helped lead Jackson to 9-3 record (6-1 in Region 6-5A) and second round of Georgia 5A state playoffs as a senior in 2017 … Recorded a 10.3-seconds time in the 100 meters … Coached by Eric Williams.

AHMARI HARVEY (DB, 6-0, 175, r-Fr., Tallahassee, Fla./Florida State University School/Auburn)
2021 (Auburn): Did not see game action as a true freshman and has four seasons of eligibility remaining.

High School: Rated as a four-star prospect by Rivals, 247Sports and ESPN in 2021 … Ranked as the No. 5 safety in the country by ESPN and the No. 30 overall player in the state of Florida by Rivals … Named MaxPreps small-school all-American … Two-time first-team all-conference honoree … Despite a shoulder injury, scored receiving, interception-return and kickoff-return touchdowns, while helping lead Florida State University School to a 10-1 record as a senior in 2020 … Two-way player caught 40 passes for 642 yards and seven touchdowns and made 94 tackles with six interceptions as a junior in 2019 … Coached by Jarrod Hickman … Versatile athlete was also a state qualifier in the long jump.

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