Prospect: Demarre Kitt
Hometown: Tyrone, Ga.
High School: Sandy Creek
Position: Wide Receiver
Ranking on Scout: No. 16 WR | No. 7 in Ga. | No. 110 Overall
Loser: Ohio State
Areas for Improvement
To me, Kitt is about as consistent as they come. He catches everything thrown his way and he makes things look easy at times. Some may question his speed and he may not be a blazer, but he is plenty fast enough. He chases the balls down, he separates from corners, and he can make big plays with the ball in his hands. He plays as fast as he needs to. He is one of the better route runners in the southeast. That part of his game has really developed over the past year. His hands are one of the strongest parts of his game. He snatches the ball out of the air well, he can catch the ball in traffic, and he can high-point the ball as well. He is a receiver that is not scared to battle for the ball or to go get the ball in the traffic. He can still develop more physically, work on his overall speed, and become a better blocker on the perimeter, but Kitt from top to bottom is one of the best and most productive wideouts in the country. To be honest, he just makes things look easy much of the time.
Kitt will take consistency to CU
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