Former Clemson WR commits to D2 school
|2018-02-06 09:47:17.0- -||
Former Clemson wide receiver Demarre Kitt has committed to Texas A&M Commerce on Monday night according to his Twitter account.
"I want to thank everyone that's been with me through my journey this is just the start of a new chapter I will be signing to Texas A&M Commerce on Wednesday the D2 2017 national champions," Kitt posted.
Kitt left the Clemson football program back in 2014 and has played at Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College and Highland Community College.
In 2016, Kitt was named first-team All-KJCCC at Highlands with 41 catches for 687 yards and seven touchdowns.
At Clemson, Kitt had five catches for 47 yards (in 9 games) during the 2014 season before leaving the school. He originally signed with Clemson as a 4-star recruit and U.S. Army All-American football standout. In high school at Sandy Creek, he had 158 catches for 2,663 yards and 28 touchdowns.
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