First off, Georgia will be getting an all-around beast on the football field. Kamari cannot just play safety, but he can play a wholly different position on the other side of the ball. Guess what it is. If you said wide receiver, you win. Kamari can also be a dynamic wide receiver as well as an excellent safety.
Some of his biggest strengths are he is good at baiting quarterbacks into bad throws. Next, he is a hard-hitter. Wilson consistently makes players that try to go head-on with him pay. Like I said earlier, he has excellent hands, which is why he can play both wide receiver and safety. With his superb catching ability is his speed, Kamari runs a 4.5 forty-yard dash which is impressive. When I was watching Kamari’s tape I saw few weaknesses. The only thing I saw that Kamari could improve is just making his strengths even stronger.
Last season Kamari’s stats were in 6 games, 20 solo tackles, and two interceptions. Considering Kamari plays for IMG Academy, those stats are impressive in a six-game stretch.
What would Kamari Wilson do for Georgia? Well, first off, Georgia doesn’t have great depth at safety so, Kamari could come in and potentially have an impact. Next, he has a great work ethic; he always works on parts of his game that are his strong suits but aren’t as strong as others. Last but not least, he would bring so much more aggressiveness to this Georgia Bulldogs defense.
So Georgia Bulldog fans get the binoculars because you need to be on the lookout for Kamari Wilson soon.