Kelly Eager To Work With Enos

Arkansas will start its three-day high school camp on Sunday with 2016 Razorback quarterback pledge Cole Kelly (6-7, 240) anxious to work with new offensive coordinator Dan Enos.

Arkansas 2016 quarterback commit and Lafayette, La., Teurlings Catholic star Cole Kelly will get a chance to work with his future coaches beginning Sunday.

Kelly (6-7, 240) will be one of the participants on hand for the Razorbacks’ three-day high school camp.

“We are driving up on Saturday and I am really looking forward to being around my future college coaches,” Kelly said. “I am very, very excited about it.”

Kelly, who passed for 3,001 yards and 31 touchdowns last season, will have the opportunity to learn from new Arkansas offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Dan Enos.

“I am extremely excited about that,” Kelly said. “Coach Enos is very smart and I am looking forward to learning more about his offense, which spreads things out and gets the ball down the field while also being able to line it up and pound it on the ground.

“I will be able to spend these three days getting to pick his brain, learn about the offense and be around a lot of guys that are already on the team. Again, it’s just a very exciting time for me.”

Kelly chose Arkansas over Oklahoma State, Kentucky, Colorado State, Louisiana Tech and Southern Mississippi among others.

“Most of the schools have quit contacting me after I told them I was 100 percent going to be a Razorback,” Kelly said. “I am absolutely certain it is the place for me.”

He is excited about a summer that will include this camp, lots of workouts and a 7-on-7 passing schedule on Tuesdays.

“We are working out every day together and all the local schools get around here on Tuesday nights at 6:30 for 7-on-7,” Kelly said. “It’s just a way for us all to get better.”





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