Kitt talks Junior Day, future plans

Four-star wide receiver was one of several highly-recruited prospects from the state of Georgia to visit Clemson last weekend for Junior Day.

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The No. 27 wide receiver in the class of 2014, according to, Kitt and Deshaun Watson spent the weekend in Clemson. They arrived late Friday night and left on Sunday afternoon.

"I'd already visited the campus and all that. I just sat down with the coaches and talked to them for a while [on Saturday]. Sunday, they sat me down and showed me the whole offense, how I would be used and all that," Kitt told CUTigers earlier this week.

The 6-foot-1, 190-pound prospect enjoyed getting an inside look at the Clemson offense.

"That really helps. They showed what they really want out of me and what they expect out of me, so that really helps," he said.

Kitt was reassured by the Clemson coaches that he has a spot in the Tigers' 2014 class.

"They were just saying, when I know where I want to go, I need to go ahead and commit. If it's Clemson, I can go ahead and commit, so I can start building up my class and help recruiting, cause they're pushing for a national championship," he said.

This weekend, Kitt will head north for a visit to Ohio State. He hopes to visit Texas, Tennessee, Georgia and Auburn later this spring.

Who leads, in order?

"Clemson, Ohio State and Oregon are my favorites right now."

Kitt, a former Georgia commitment, could make his decision before the first game of his senior season at Sandy Creek High School. At the latest, Kitt he'll decide by November, because he plans to graduate early.

As a junior, Kitt caught 68 passes for 1,151 yards with 11 touchdowns. He also returned 11 punts for 180 yards.

He had 74 receptions for 1,235 yards, and 11 touchdowns as a sophomore and returned a punt for a touchdown.

As a freshman, Kitt recorded 42 catches for 651 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also had a punt return for a touchdown. Top Stories