Tight end Khamari Anderson announced he has committed to Kentucky following an official visit to Lexington over the weekend. Anderson was previously committed to the University of Cincinnati, but decommitted after Luke Fickell left for Wisconsin. Many recruiting analysts believed that Anderson was headed to the home state Michigan Wolverine, but Vince Marrow swooped in and got his man.
The 6’4”, 230 pound tight end played at Detroit’s Cass Tech High School, which is the same school that produced two current Wildcat defenders in Deandre Square and Deone Walker. Anderson caught 225 passes for 339 yards and 5 touchdowns this past season. He is rated a 4-star by some recruiting services and has been selected to play in this year’s Under Armour All-American Game.
Welcome to the family Khamari!