April looks to be big for UGA recruiting 

April, 6, 2012
With the commitment of sophomore defensive back Nick Glass (Atlanta/St. Pius X), April started off with a bang for the University of Georgia in recruiting, and heading into the weekend all indications are that the Bulldogs’ momentum will continue.

[+] EnlargeDemarre Kitt
Radi Nabulsi/ESPN.comTyrone (Ga.) Sandy Creek WR Demarre Kitt came to Athens two weekends ago with fellow sophomore and good friend Nick Glass, who committed this week. Could Kitt be next?
On Wednesday, Glass was in Athens, and he announced after returning home that he had indeed pledged to UGA. Close friend and fellow 2014 wide receiver target Demarre Kitt (Tyrone, Ga./Sandy Creek) was on the trip with Glass, and while he is high on the Bulldogs as well, he did not commit … yet. Kitt plans to be back Saturday with his family and Glass in Athens, so he is one to keep an eye on. An advanced route runner with solid size, hands and body control, Kitt would be an outstanding addition, regardless of class.

Another target who'll visit Georgia on Saturday is inside linebacker Reggie Carter (Snellville, Ga./South Gwinnett). In his first game last fall, Carter was lost for his junior year after suffering a knee injury. Carter told DawgNation on Thursday that he had been cleared 100 percent by his doctors, and he will be in Athens with his dad and brother to see the only program that has offered since the injury: the Bulldogs. With the need to bring in four inside linebackers this year, Mark Richt had faith that Carter would return to his previous form that netted him 10 sacks as a sophomore, and the coach extended the offer Feb. 10. Carter could decide this weekend to secure one of those four spots.
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