"I just loved the atmosphere there and I really like the coaches," he told Cardinal Authority. "I felt comfortable with everything. It fit me."
During his unofficial visit, Pass toured the program's indoor practice facility, the stadium, the school and more.
"It was all nice," he said. "I really liked how everything looks."
Rated among the top 50 prospects in Georgia and among the top 100 safeties nationally, Pass becomes the fourth player from the state of Peach State to pledge to the Cardinals.
Prior to becoming U of L's defensive coordinator, Todd Grantham spent four years at the University of Georgia and the two are familiar.
"He was pretty excited about it," said Pass, who plays the 3-4 defense at Carver. "The coaches said that they like my style of play and that they are ready for me to come up there and help."
Pass, who describes his style as "aggressive," had 60 tackles, six interceptions and 10 pass breakups as a junior.
He also holds scholarship offers from Clemson, Mississippi State, Nebraska, North Carolina, Texas A&M, among others.
Pass was joined on his visit by his younger brother, Jawon Pass. The younger, who also holds a Louisville offer, is a 2016 four-star quarterback prospect.
Stay tuned to Cardinal Authority for more on the two brothers and the impact of Khane's commitment to Louisville.