The 6-3, 170-pound Jacksonville Raines (Fla.) junior can light it up from the outside or drive to the basket, but isn't the type of guy who forces the action. Despite an unselfish game, Kitchen averaged 20 points per game as a sophomore while leading Raines to the Class 5A state crown and also stood out this past summer on the Jacksonville Lee Bulls.
``He has the ability to dominate a game without taking a shot," Lee Bulls head man David Jones said. "He doesn't have to shoot it because he does so many other things – he rebounds, passes and controls the offense."
``I like Wake because it's in the ACC and they've got a good little program," added Kitchen, who still needs to get stronger and work on his handle. "I don't really know much about Florida to be honest. I also like Georgia – they've got a pretty good program."
Virginia Tech is another school trying to get in the mix, according to Jones.