WR Aaron Kelly
6-4, 175, 4.55
Marietta High School
The 6-4, 170 pound receiver was scheduled to visit Duke and then North Carolina State for official visits this weekend. "I ended up only going to Duke. The NC State visit didn't work out. I probably will not take anymore visits."
Kelly came away impressed with the Blue Devils. "The visit to Duke was kind of surprising. I really didn't think it would be as nice. The facilities were real nice."
When asked if the visit was nice enough to pull the Blue Devils even with the Tigers and Deacons, Kelly responded, "It was nice but I will probably decide between Clemson and Wake Forest."
Kelly plans to sit down and discuss the decision with his family over the next few days. "I need time to sit down and talk with my family. We haven't had chance to talk about it yet."
So when will the Georgia standout make his commitment?
"It will sometime during this week. I just need to find some time to talk with my parents. I need to look at the pro's and con's of each school.
We will continue to keep you updated on this outstanding receiver from Georgia, right up through signing day 2004.
Kelly Closing in on a Commitment
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