Georgia corner will return to Clemson

Three-star cornerback J.K. Britt visited Clemson three times in the final four months of 2013. Sooner than later, he'll be on the Clemson campus in 2014.

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The Newnan High School [Georgia] junior watched one of the Tigers' preseason camp stadium scrimmages in August. He was back several days later for the Georgia game. A few weeks later, he returned for the Florida State game.

"It was good. It was fun. It was a big environment. The fans were great. I think they've got a pretty young fan support, so it's crazy, a good environment," Britt told CUTigers, during a recent interview at the Georgia Junior Bowl.

"It's a good coaching staff, had a good vibe all day. Everyone was excited. They've got a good team attitude. Everyone was in. They're all in."

In addition to the Clemson trips, Britt saw games at Alabama, Georgia and Virginia Tech this fall.

Clemson, Duke, Virginia Tech, Ole Miss and Marshall have offered.

Defensive backs coach Mike Reed serves as the primary recruiter for Clemson.

"He's just asking me how I've been, how school is, how's my family, tries to get me to come back and take visits, we keep in touch with each other," Britt said.

He's starting to make visit plans for 2014.

"It's not permanent yet, but I'll probably go to Clemson's junior day, Alabama, Georgia, and some others schools, Ole Miss," Britt said.

He added, "I'd like to see a bunch of places, but those are the schools I want to get to. Me and my parents, it may be easier to get to those schools than some, but I'd like to get to a bunch of places. Those are the main schools that I'd like to visit."

Though Britt has no list of favorites in place, he does have a few criteria that he'll be weighing to get to that point.

"Look at the depth chart, to see how soon I can play," he said. "Is it a team that wants to win? I want to feel at home. I want to be in a family environment. I want to have good coaches that try to help me become a better man, not just a football player."

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