Jamari Smith has died, according to a statement posted online on May. 27, 2020.
Former Lee-Montgomery standout and UAB football signee Jamari “Chop” Smith died in a drowning incident Wednesday afternoon.
Bishop John Snyder High School and AAU Game Elite basketball coach Russell Powell and former Alabama linebacker Mack Wilson shared the news via Twitter.
I can’t even believe I’m saying this R.I.P. Jamari Smith the good really do die young. When I was in Montgomery, Y’all house was my second home. Dang man!!! My heart goes out to Keena Smith-Talley bc she LOVED you sooooooo much. May God help her find peace in this horrible tragedy You hurt my lil feelings with this one Chop 😩
It is with the heaviest heart that I inform the basketball community & the @gameelitebasketball family that we have lost Jamari “chop” Smith to an unfortunate drowning. @jayy_primo23 was a special kid! All prayers to his family,our family! #longlivechop #family #weallwegot #3ssb pic.twitter.com/vDZ6V17GzE
— GAmeeliteatl (@gameeliteatl) May 28, 2020
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