Kelley, three-star recruit ranked the No. 21 center in the nation in the 2011 cycle, said his father is making the trip with him and his teammate Stefan McClure, a four-star cornerback, also has set up a visit the same weekend.
Kelley said he sually visits the Denver area every summer and has been to Boulder once with his father who wanted to show his son the school he attended and the stadium in which he played college football.
Now he will get to see even more of the campus and the inner workings of the program.
"I guess I just want to see if it's a place where I can fit in," Kelley said. "I want to see how good the coaching is and whether I can maybe make it to the next level. Just pretty see if I can live there for five years and if it's the perfect fit for me."
Kelley said he is trying to set up a visit to Minnesota but doesn't plan to visit Boise State.
Kelley is being recruited by every school as a center. He has a reputation at the high school level for being a dominating blocker and that has caught the attention of recruiters.
Vista is a senior-laden team and began the season ranked No. 1 in San Diego County.