"I really like the offense because they throw it a lot and they spread it around to different wide receivers. I know if I come here I will have a chance to catch balls and make plays myself. This offense really brought it yesterday (in the 42-0 win over Washington State) and that's what they do."
Even on a run-oriented 6-2 Grizzlies football team, Kelley has managed to score 11 touchdowns so far this season, and overall has hauled in 38 receptions and 866 yards. Last year he was voted All-Conference as he posted 33 catches for 758 yards and eight touchdowns.
"The Arizona State coaches like my speed (Kelley reported a 40-yard dash marks of 4.43)," Kelley commented, "and how I can create separation from cornerbacks. They like how explosive I am off the ball too. They want an outside speed receiver and that's what I am."
"Right now Arizona State is my top school," Kelley noted. "They took the spot away from Oregon because I really liked them on my visit. But I'm not close-minded. I still want to visit Oregon and see what it's like out there, but I really loved it out here (at ASU).
"I don't have any visits planned after Oregon so that's probably my last visit and I will make a decision after that. I'm going to look at academics first and ASU did give a good academic presentation. I want to go to a school where I feel I can play right away and a place that is a good fit for me. I'm going to pray about it, talk to my parents and my coaches about it and then decide. I do want them come out here (to ASU) so they can see what I saw on the visit and see how they feel about it."