Ga. DB Favors UNC

Khane Pass, a '15 prospect, left Fedora's Freak Show last month with his first scholarship and a leader.

"I was talking to the head coach on the field after the camp," Pass said. "He said they loved how I preformed. He said I have decent speed, good footwork, and nice size. And then he said, ‘You're offered.'

"They're at the top of my list now."

UNC remains as the only school to have offered Pass, a 6-foot, 195-pound defensive back from Columbus (Ga.) Carver. However, he's fielding significant interest from Alabama, Auburn, Clemson, and Mississippi State.

While several of his Carver teammates attended Fedora's Freak Show last summer, this year's version was Pass' first visit to UNC.

"I loved it," Pass said. "I like the coaches – they aren't too rough on you. They're cool, they like to have fun, [and] they joke with you."

Pass says he spent ample time with most members of UNC's coaching staff throughout the day, while working out under the guidance of Vic Koenning, Associate Head Coach for Defense, during camp drills.

"He worked us out hard," Pass said. "But he's a laid back coach."

Chris Kapilovic recruits Carver High School for UNC. He communicates regularly with Pass and foretold that a UNC offer was likely.

"A week before the camp, he had already told me that they were going to offer me if I did well in camp," Pass said. "He had seen me on film and practice at school, and he said if I do what I'm capable of doing, I'll have an offer."

Although he considers UNC his leader, Pass warns that if Alabama ends up offering, the Crimson Tide will supplant the Tar Heels.

"I like the fact that Bama wins," Pass said. "They win national championships."

Pass has camped at Alabama and will return to Tuscaloosa for another camp on Monday. He has also camped at Auburn, Clemson, Mississippi State, and Tennessee.

This past football season, Pass earned a starting role in Carver's secondary. He ended the campaign with five interceptions and 60 tackles.

Pass' younger brother, Jawon, could end up being one of the '16 class's top quarterbacks. Pass said that he and his brother would like to continue to play together in college. Jawon also attended Fedora's Freak Show.

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