Demarre Kitt talks Clemson


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Height: 6-1   Weight: 195   Hometown: Tyrone, GA (Sandy Creek HS)   Class: 2014
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In an interview with scoreatl.com, Clemson verbal Demarre Kitt Demarre Kitt
Wide Receiver
6-1, 195
Tyrone, GA

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talks about what stood out at Clemson in his recruiting process and his skill set at receiver.

“The positives of the recruiting process were, you get to mature earlier than most teenagers because you get to experience making decisions and things like that,” Kitt said. “The offense really stood out the most to me at Clemson, I got there and met all of the coaches, it felt right… the first day I visited they have always been my number one, they have been at the top most of the time.”

Kitt de-committed from UGA because he thought he pledged too early, but the wideout’s performance and enthusiastic personality has prepared him as a prime blue-chip prospect for Clemson. Kitt believes that his intelligence at the receiver position could really play to his advantage when possibly playing in Death Valley for of 2014 season.

“I think I know the game real well as a receiver… I’m real elusive with the ball in my hands and run real good routes, all of this equates to being a good receiver,” Kitt said.

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