Talented Kitt Checks Out Auburn Junior Day

Wide receiver prospect Demare Kitt talks about his visit to check out the Auburn football Tigers.

Tyrone, Ga.--Demare Kitt, one of the top wide receivers in the state of Georgia, is just a sophomore, but the bluechip prospect got an invitation to Auburn's Junior Day on Saturday and said he thoroughly enjoyed himself.

The six-foot-one, 185-pound sophomore is from Georgia prep power Sandy Creek High, the school that sent Auburn wide receiver Jaquay Williams and offensive tackle Will Adams in the 2012 signee class.

"It was my first visit to Auburn and it was what I though," Kitt said. "JaQuay told me about it and it was exactly how he described it. He told me that I would love it and I would fall it love when I got there."

The receiver said that Williams was right. He really did like the visit and said that getting a lot of early recruiting attention is nice. "It is actually pretty fun right now," he noted, pointing out he recently picked up offers from Mississippi State and South Carolina to go with others that include Auburn.

Kitt noted that he and Williams are good friends and that Williams is hoping the young receiver will follow him to Auburn.

Kitt said he is in no hurry to make a decision on college and may even wait all the way to his signing day. The junior day visit was his fifth after making previous trips to Georgia Tech, Georgia, Ohio State and Cincinnati. He also took a recent weekday visit to Alabama. "They all have nice facilities," he said.

The Sandy Creek High star said that he plans to check out college spring practices and then will hit four or five one day prospect camps this summer. He said that he hopes to be back in Auburn for the A-Day spring game on April 15th.

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