LSU safety commit Khari Gee flipped to Notre Dame on Friday and will be signing with the Irish.

The Atlanta, Georgia prospect originally committed to LSU back in May. Rivals has Gee ranked as a four-star prospect while 247Sports and ESPN have him as a three-star.

The loss of Gee is not a big blow for LSU as the Tigers signed talented safeties Derrick Davis Jr. and Sage Ryan, and Matthew Langlois on Wednesday.

LSU has two committed, unsigned recruits in four-star California linebacker Raesjon Davis and four-star weakside defensive end Saivion Jones from St. James, LA.

The Tigers will likely wrap up the early signing period with 19 players and few a "silent commits that will sign in February," according to Ed Orgeron. Signing offensive linemen remains the top priority when LSU wraps up the class early next year.

Update:
LSU closed out the early signing period on Friday night with a big commitment and signing from four-star defensive end Bryce Langston. The Tigers now have 20 signees for the 2021 class.

Comments

23 Comments
Well I didn't care that Khari Gee flip to Notre Dame, kids flipping is a part of recruiting. We lost two flips to Alabama and we flipped two prospects from Mississippi St. and one from Auburn, three positions of need. Now the one thing I do care about is Gee saying he signed with ND because of all the drama in Baton Rouge like he had a choice in the matter, I think he was informed to look elsewhere because we're good at safety.
Reply4 months
Ghollie Gee, to think he chose a heavyweight degree over NFLU.
Reply4 months
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Flippin like the trnsfer portal getting to be a regular event. These kids can read the headlines...and they know what the scoop is at their position...so if a school your committed to is loaded and has additional talent coming in the smart play is to go someplace else...playing time. Now having said that there are schools that don't experience the flippin or txfr portal.
Reply4 months
Good decision for him and us. We have plenty safeties. Lord knows we need linemen.
Reply4 months
Better Notre Dame than a SEC school.
Reply4 months
Before we spend a lot of time on a recruit, can the coaches verify he has the chest first? This should be the #1 item on the checklist.
Reply4 months
Khari didnt have a spot at lsu idiot. He will ball out at lsu
4 months
Didn’t have the chest either...
Reply4 months
You do know he was processed right? Kid had the chest, but the coaching staff wanted bigger fish.
4 months
Given the value of a Notre Dame degree… Can’t say I fault him.
Reply4 months
What is the value of a Notredame degree? I know that midwest schools have a myth about these schools being better higher ed institutions. However, not many of them of cutting edge acdemic programs. A few schools have stellar programs, otherwise most programs in these are run of the mill. Which program will Gee be graduating in?
4 months
Southern team don't need him around, anyhow!
4 months
Another bitch
Reply4 months
You talking about O, I presume? Our coaches basically pulled the kid’s offer.
4 months
Processed. It’s ok. I’m glad he didn’t wait and still went to a solid program
Reply4 months
This decision...I respect it.
Reply4 months
would be nice to sign some elite 5 star talent at oline every year like: bama,ohio st and clemson. They dont have any problem getting them but we sure as hell do.
Reply4 months
He doesn’t math well
Reply4 months
I really hate it when people feel the need to say something like 1000%, as though that makes the number 1 any more 1 than say, 100%. That's like saying, I'm not just sure, but I'm sure damnit!
4 months
Flipping isn’t a big deal anymore since the transfer portal became a thing.
Reply4 months
Bye
Reply4 months
Good luck. We are now loaded at safety.
Reply4 months
yes we are!
4 months
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