UGA commit de-commits and puts Tigers in top 3

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One of the standout players of the 2014 recruiting cycle, wide receiver Demarre Kitt Demarre Kitt
Wide Receiver
6-1, 185
Tyrone, GA

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, thinks he may have pulled the trigger and ended his recruiting a little too early.

The Tyrone (GA) Sandy Creek wide receiver committed to the University of Georgia in April, but after having time to think about his decision and feeling the pressures of the recruiting process, Kitt has decided to de-commit from the Bulldogs.

Kitt told TigerNet Thursday evening that he spoke to Georgia coaches earlier in the day and informed him of his decision.

“It was just that I think I committed too early,” Kitt said. “I talked to the Georgia coaches tonight and they just said that they understood.”

The Clemson coaching staff, led by defensive backs coach Charlie HarbisonCharlie Harbison
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, has continued to recruit Kitt and he said that the Tigers are now in his top-three along with the University of Southern California and Georgia.

“Clemson is in my top-three, along with Georgia and USC,” Kitt said. “Coach Cheese is recruiting me for Clemson. I’m going to try and call the Clemson coaches tomorrow and talk to them.”

Kitt said the he likes the type of offense Clemson offensive coordinator Chad MorrisChad Morris
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runs and he especially likes all of the trick plays the Tigers use.

“I like their offense,” Kitt said. “He just uses all of those trick plays.”

When Kitt lines up on the field, he said his goal is to get in the open field and make a move to be a big-play wide receiver.

“I’m a big wide receiver,” Kitt said. “I like to get out in the open field and make a move. I can get down field. I’m just a big-time receiver.”

Kitt said that he tries to play like his favorite NFL players.

“[Chad] Ocho Cinco is my favorite player,” Kitt said. “I try to play like him and DeSean Jackson.”

Kitt already has visits planned to see USC vs. Oregon on November 3rd, and then see Clemson play South Carolina later that month. In the meantime, don’t expect him to make another rash decision.

“I’m not going to make another decision any time soon,” Kitt said. “I might take all of my visits and narrow my list down to a top three or five by the summer.”

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