CLEMSON — Clemson landed two more football commitments Thursday, giving the Tigers three over the past two days.
Their run through the state of Georgia continued with a commitment from wide receiver Demarre Kitt of Tyrone, a one- time Georgia commitment. He committed to the Tigers one day after an unofficial visit and one day after the Tigers landed a commitment from linebacker Korrie Rogers of Buford.
Five of the Tigers’ 10 commitments for the 2014 class are from Georgia. Kitt picked Clemson over Tennessee and Ohio State. Last season, Kitt had 76 catches for 1,236 yards and 11 touchdowns.
Clemson picked up its second commitment of the day with a pledge from linebacker Chris Register (6-4, 220) of Greensboro, N.C. Clemson was the first to offer Register and was at the top of his list throughout the recruiting process.
He also had offers from North Carolina, N.C. State, Duke, Wake Forest, Tennessee, Ole Miss, Florida State, East Carolina and Indiana.
Last season, Register had 110 tackles with 7 sacks.
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