Late letter for Terrence Kelley
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Late letter for Terrence Kelley

Although National Signing Day has passed, senior RB/OLB Terrence Kelley is exploring his options to sign late with the 2013 recruiting class. Kelley discusses his recruitment and the schools he's considering in his final weeks.


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While Wednesday's signing day brought hundreds of letters of intent from prospects in the 2013 class, senior Terrence Kelley will wait to sign at a later date.

Kelley is a running back and outside linebacker at Fayette County High School (GA).

"Many division one and division I-AA schools are trying to offer me partial and some full scholarships," Kelley said of his recruitment. "Others want me to go to preparatory school for a semester.

"Since National Signing Day is over, I don't have to rush," Kelley continued. "I still have time to make a decision and get my test scores as high as possible."

While Kelley admits his decision is not yet made, it could come sooner than later.

"I have a lot to choose from, so I will make a decision within the next week or so," Kelley said.

According to Kelley, the schools showing him the most interest include Alabama A&M, Charleston Southern, FIU, Georgia State, Mississippi State, South Carolina State and Western Carolina.

"Almost every school still has offers left, but some are trying to hold spots for certain people they need," Kelley explained.

Though his collegiate decision may not yet be made, Kelley is working to become a stronger player at the next level.

"[I'm training] to get my speed up and perfecting whichever position I choose," Kelley said of his spring semester. "I'm getting smarter as a player and learning new techniques."

What type of player does Kelley see himself becoming in college?

"A major asset to the team, a playmaker and a leader," Kelley answered.

Stay with FOX Sports NEXT for Kelley's collegiate decision in the coming weeks.