Coach speak: Demarre Kitt

TYRONE, Ga. - Over the last 10 years, Sandy Creek High School has had sent plenty of wide receivers to the college level, including one named Megatron.

WR Demarre Kitt Profile

Chip Walker has been on the Sandy Creek coaching staff since 1999. Before taking over the head coaching job in 2005, he served as quarterbacks coach and offensive coordinator.

Among the wide receivers he's sent to the college level is Calvin Johnson. Demarre Kitt will be next.

In a recent ON LOCATION interview with CUTigers, Walker had plenty of good things to say about the Clemson commitment.

"[Kitt's] got a chance to be, at the high school level, to be the best one that we've ever had, because he has that combination of, really, everything you want in a wide out -- size, strength, the speed, route running, catches the ball great and will block," Walker said.

It's been a productive start to Kitt's high school career. As a junior, he had 74 receptions, 1,235 yards and 11 touchdowns. He also had a punt return for a touchdown. As a sophomore, he caught 42 passes for 651 yards and 10 touchdowns. He also had a punt return for a touchdown.

"Somewhere people, I don't know if they identify him, but in the return game, he is very special the return game -- punt returns. He is very special, in terms of that," Walker said. "He's just a great kid. He's going to be a big get for [Clemson], I think."

A one-time Georgia commitment, Kitt joined Clemson's 2014 class with a pledge on Thursday. Scout.com rates him as a four-star and ranks him as the No. 16 wide receiver in the country.

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