"I have a top three in order and they are USC, Clemson, then Georgia," said Demarre Kitt. "USC has a slight edge over Clemson now."
Kitt is currently on his way home from his first visit to USC and the Trojans really impressed him.
"Me being out there felt like home. I like the way Coach [Lane] Kiffin calls the plays and the people out there really love USC. They are die-hard fans."
The 6-foot-1, 195 pound junior wide receiver out of Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek was committed to an in-state school, but now he has a leader all the way across the country.
His mother was on this trip with him, so what does she think about her son looking at a school far from home?
"She told me if I went to school out there, then she would follow me," Kitt said laughing. "She is a nurse, so she would just move out there too. My whole family would just have to adjust if I went to school there."
Kitt is a member of the Scout300 and he will visiting Auburn, another school that has offered him on Saturday when they host Georgia.
New Leader for Kitt
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