The decision looms for Kitt

TYRONE, Ga. - Four-star wide receiver Demarre Kitt has already been committed once. He expects commitment No. 2 to be his last.

WR Demarre Kitt Profile

At Sandy Creek High School on June 10, the former Georgia pledge will announce his commitment to Clemson, Ohio State or Tennessee. It was in late April when he set the decision date and list of schools.

"I wanted to give myself a month to really sit down and see where I want to go. I wanted to get it over with. I've seen all that I need to see," he told CUTigers earlier this week.

There have been plenty of twists and turns along the way.

"It's been crazy. Some days, I feel like one school is my leader. Some days, I feel like another school is my leader," Kitt said. "My mind's been everywhere."

The No. 16 ranked wide receiver in the country narrowed his list down to the Tigers, Volunteers and Buckeyes for a couple of reasons.

"All three schools, I feel comfortable with their programs, their offense. I just feel comfortable with them," Kitt said.

He went on to list a few specifics about each one.

Ohio State: I went up there and visited, it felt like home. There are a lot of good things up there. If it feels like home, that's a good sign.

Tennessee: I've got a good relationships with coach [Zach Azzanni], the receivers coach, and coach [Butch] Jones.

Clemson: I love their offense. They've been recruiting me the hardest since day one. They've stayed loyal to me. They really want me. I just love their offense and all of that.

With Deshaun Watson and Milan Richard committed to Clemson, the Tigers have plenty of appeal.

"Deshaun, Milan and I are close. We want to eventually play with each other. That's not really a big factor for me, but it's a plus," Kitt said.

As a junior, Kitt had 74 receptions with 1,235 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also had a punt return for a score.

As a sophomore, he caught 42 passes with 651 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also had a punt return for a score.

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