Kitt to Clemson

Clemson picked up their second Scout 300 commitment out of the state of Georgia on Thursday morning when Demarre Kitt announced that he would be a Tiger...

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Fresh off picking up a commitment from Korie Rogers, a four-star linebacker out of Buford, Ga., the Tigers landed a commitment from Demarre Kitt, one of the premiere wide recievrs in the country.

"I have committed to Clemson," said an excited Kitt. "I visited there yesterday, I slept on it, and I woke up and made my decision."

He called his recruiting coach first, but then spoke to two other Clemson coaches about his decision. All felt the same.

"I woke up and called Coach Scott first thing and told him about my decision. I talked to him for a minute, then I talked to Coach Swinney and Coach Morris. All of them are excited about my decision."

The Tigers beat out the Ohio State Buckeyes for this Scout 300 wide receiver out of Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek.

Over the past few weeks, Clemson pulled away.

"I went back and forth with Clemson and Ohio State for a while, then it just went back to Clemson all the way. I talked to them a lot, and I started feeling it would be Clemson this spring. I just had better communication with them, I felt most comfortable with them, and after my visit there on Wednesday, I knew it was where I needed to be."

This is Kitt's second pledge to a school. His first was to Georgia over a year ago, but he knows this commitment is the right one.

"I am more sure about this decision," said the 6-foot-1, 194 pound wideout. "I have visited more places, I have seen everything, and Clemson is where I want to go. My decision is final."

The Tiger-Nation does not have to worry about Kitt looking around either.

"I am real excited about playing in the Clemson offense. I am enrolling early, so I want to get up there and learn the playbook so I can get on the field, and I am solid to Clemson.

"I will be at Clemson all of the time and I am not visiting anywhere else."

Scout ranks Kitt as the No. 16 receiver in the country.

Clemson now has nine commitments in the 2014 class. Top Stories