5-Star WR Confirms Clemson Official

This five-star wide receiver has one official visit set in his mind at the present moment. Read on to find out what other schools are in the mix for his services and where he's headed next.

WR Kendall Kelly Profile

5-star receiver Kendall Kelly has taken a little break from the road in recent days.

"We haven't been anywhere in the last week or so. We have just been working out with the school team," Kelly told CUTigers.com in a recent interview. "We are supposed to go to Florida and Florida State next. Then we will go to LSU I think sometime next week."

Are the trips getting old for the prize recruit? After all, he has been all over the southeast since school got out over a month ago.

"I am not really tired of them yet. We try to have fun when we make a trip. We do what we have to do," replied Kelly.

A couple of schools Kendall had talked about seeing this summer may have fallen off the summer visit tour.

"I don't know if we will make it to Southern California or Michigan," said Kelly.

Clemson wide receivers coach Dabo Swinney can't call at this time, but he makes sure Clemson stays in touch.

"I am getting lots of mail from coach Swinney and Clemson, but I haven't talked with him in a while," said Kelly.

The Tigers have remained in Kendall's thoughts since the June visit to the Tommy Bowden football camp. That won't be the last visit to Clemson for the Alabama standout.

"Clemson will definitely get an official visit," said Kelly.

Are there any other teams that are assured an official visit?

"Not right now. Clemson is the only one I know for sure. They really have the offense that I am looking for," replied Kelly.

Any potential verbal commitment timing is not likely a good ways off for the five-star prospect.

"I am not sure when it will be. I will just do it when the feeling is right," said Kelly.

Which teams are showing the most love at this point?

"It is hard to say. They are all coming at me the hard. The ones that really want me are," said Kelly.

Kelly recorded 34 receptions for 595 yards, while also rushing 17 times for 189 yards and nine touchdowns last year as a junior.

He is currently ranked as the No. 4 wide receiver in the country by Scout.com.

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