Georgia lost the commitment of an ESPN Watch List wide receiver on Thursday night when Demarre Kitt (Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek) reopened his recruitment.
“I am officially decommitted from Georgia,” Kitt said. “I think I committed too early and teams are still recruiting me hard and I think I need to give them a fair chance. I talked to Coach [Tony] Ball about 15 minutes ago and he said he would let Coach [Mark] Richt know. He said he understood and that he wanted what was best for me. He said he is still going to recruit me.”
The Bulldogs could still wind up signing Kitt, as he has them in his new top three.
“UGA, Southern Cal and Clemson, in no particular order,” Kitt said. “Clemson’s offense really stands out to me. I like USC’s offense and they have so many connections the pros and different types of stuff. Clemson is after me the hardest.”
The Class of 2014 All-American plans to take a couple visits to see the Trojans and Tigers in action.
“I know I am going to Clemson for the South Carolina game and I to see USC versus Oregon,” Kitt said.