UGA pledge enjoys Clemson trip

Georgia wide receiver commitment Demarre Kitt visited Clemson on Saturday for the home opener against Ball State.

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The Sandy Creek High School [Tyrone, Ga.] junior last visited Tigertown in June during the Dabo Swinney Football Camp.

"I just liked how the game went and how the coaches treated me. Clemson's got a good offense," he told CUTigers on Sunday.

Recruiter of note Charlie Harbison and the rest Clemson coaching staff made Kitt felt welcome during the trip.

"I talked to all the offensive coaches and coach Cheese. I really talked to everybody," Kitt said.

He added, "They just talked about how much they wanted me, all that."

What stood out about the game?

"Just how they throw the ball, I like the fast-paced tempo and all of that."

Kitt was in town with Clemson quarterback commitment Deshaun Watson.

"They really want me to there," Kitt said.

No other fall visit plans have been set, but he plans to make a few more before the season is over.

"I haven't really set out my plans. I know I'm going to be going to a lot of games this year. I just don't know which ones yet," Kitt said.

Last week, he was in Atlanta for Clemson's win over Auburn.

"It was exciting. It was packed and loud," Kitt said.

June's visit to Clemson was good, too.

"It was the same. That was a good thing. They didn't change. They kept it real with me," he said.

After Georgia, who leads?

"Clemson and USC -- Southern Cal."

As a sophomore, Kitt had 42 receptions for 651 yards and 10 touchdowns receiving. He also had a punt return for a touchdown.

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