The Dawgs identified Kitt early on. They invited the 6-foot-1, 191 pound wide receiver to their Junior Day in January even though he was only a sophomore. That is when they offered him a scholarship.
UGA got Kitt's attention then and the coaches kept up their pursuit and it paid off on Saturday.
"The way the coaches treat me stands out more than anything to me when thinking about Georgia. I have talked to Coach [Tony] Ball and Coach [Mark] Richt the most and they are real people, they keep it real with me, and I like them a lot. I have had fun on each of my visits there and the coaches are a big part of why I chose them."
The star out of Tyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek is the third prospect in the 2014 class to commit to the Dawgs. Stanley Williams (Running back – Athens (Ga.) George Walton) and Nick Glass (Safety – Atlanta (Ga.) St. Pius) were the first two and Kitt is close to one of those commitments.
"Me and Nick are very good friends and we talked about committing together, but he went ahead with it last week. He grew up a Georgia fan, so he is excited about being a Bulldog like I am. We can help build our class and we are excited about playing together at UGA. We want our class to be one of the best."
Kitt is always looking to be the best. He is among the top wide receiver prospects in the state of Georgia despite only being a sophomore. He was named the Top Underclassman at the MVP Camp on April 1 and he wears the same number as for UGA star A.J. Green wore in Athens.
Does Kitt see any comparisons?
"I watched A.J. Green a lot and he was great at Georgia. It would be nice to be like him, but I do not think our game at receiver is a lot alike. He is more of a go up and get the ball guy and I am more of, get the ball, and do something with it. I wear number eight and he wore number eight, so that is cool, but I do not think we are too much alike as players."
If Kitt can produce anything like Green, the UGA coaches will be grinning from ear to ear like their likely were when they received the news about his commitment.
The sophomore wideout committed to the Dawgs early and he committed to them over the likes of Auburn, Clemson, Florida, and Vanderbilt. He knows his commitment came early, but he does not feel it was too early.
"I am solid with my commitment. If other schools want to still recruit me, then I will listen to them, but I am not going to be out chasing them like I was before I committed to Georgia. I feel very good about my commitment to Georgia," he said.
He is looking forward to playing for UGA's top dawg.
"Coach Richt is definitely the most personable head coach I have ever met. He doesn't act like a head coach, he talks to me like he is a regular guy. I really like how he is as a person."