Scott's anxious to work with talented freshman WRs

Football - 2014 recruits Kurt Fleming, Demarre Kitt, Kyrin Priester, Chris Register & Deshaun Watson

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Football - 2014 recruits Kurt Fleming, Demarre Kitt, Kyrin Priester, Chris Register & Deshaun Watson

All-In drills are underway - and it's under two weeks until Jeff Scott really gets to work with his new crop of receivers.

All highly-rated coming in, Scott raved about the diverse group in his Signing Day analysis...

4-star WR Trevion Thompson

Basics: 6-3 190, Hillside High , N.C.

Other offers: Alabama, N.C. State, Ohio State, Florida, Notre Dame, South Carolina, California, Vanderbilt, Virginia Tech, among others.

Stats: Senior – 57 receptions for 987 yards, 14 TDs.

Scott's breakdown: Trevion Thompson is a guy we followed for a long time, probably going on two years. He's very athletic and a guy we think can help us in the boundary position - the same position of DeAndre Hopkins, Martavis Bryant and where Mike Williams is currently playing. He's a guy that we think can stretch the field and has good ball skills.

4-star WR Kyrin Priester (early enrollee)

Basics: 6-2 180, Fork Union , Va.

Other offers: Georgia, N.C. State, Ohio State, South Carolina and TCU among more.

Stats: Senior – 56 catches for 1,116 yards, 12 TDs.

Scott's breakdown: Kyrin Priester signed in the last class and took a pit stop at Fork Union. He's a little bit older and physically you can tell that. He's a little bit more physically mature than your average freshman coming in. We're looking for big things from him. He can play several different positions.

4-star WR Demarre Kitt (early enrollee)

Basics: 6-1 182, Sandy Creek High, Ga.

Other offers: Alabama, Auburn, Georgia, Notre Dame, Tennessee, Florida State and Florida among more.

Stats: Senior – 48 catches for 861 yards, 11 TDs; Junior – 68 catches for 1,151 yards, 11 TDs.

Scott's breakdown: Demarre Kitt is someone we're very excited about. Comes from a great program, Sandy Creek in Georgia, home of Calvin Johnson. His head coach there, Chip Walker, does a tremendous job and is very successful. He's been coached extremely well and is a great route-runner and understands the game. He just has that "it" factor and someone we recruited hard from the very beginning.

4-star WR Artavis Scott (Early enrollee)

Basics: 5-10 175, East Lake High, Fla.

Other offers: Florida, Florida State, Georgia, Miami, Notre Dame and Oklahoma among more.

Stats: Senior – 37 catches for 542 yards, 5 TDs; Junior – 64 catches for 995 yards, 10 TDs.

Scott's breakdown: Artavis Scott, I'm very excited about him. He's one that we didn't have a lot of great ties initially in the process. You go down to Florida and try to take what we considered the top receiver out of Florida - sometimes you have those ties. We had that with Sammy. My Dad's relationship with one of the coaches at South Fort Myers was one of the things that helped us get in a good spot Sammy's ninth-grade year. With Artavis, we didn't have that. He came to Clemson in the summer and spent three days, and all of a sudden we went from four or five on his list with the instate schools ahead of us to No. 1.

Two weeks later, he committed. That speaks a lot to if we can just get them here and around coach Swinney and get them around our players - there's a group of guys who are really attracted to that. I think Artavis is very talented and it will be a lot of fun with those guys this spring. I hope I'm up here talking in three or four years from now how we're going to replace the guys we signed right now.

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