Kelly impressed at multiple positions Monday and had a conversation with head coach Kyle Flood about his performance.
"It was something I was looking forward to getting," Kelly said. "It was great talking to the head coach. … He said that he heard I was playing well at wide receiver and defensive back and that I could be a good fit."
The 6-foot-3, 210-pound athlete worked the morning at wide receiver and spent a short afternoon session at defensive back before thunderstorms ended things.
Kelly said he enjoys both sides of the ball and has no preference at the college level.
"I thought I did great at wide receiver," Kelly said. "[Graduate assistant Matt Simon] was great. He taught me a lot. I learned some good things with him."
Kelly comes from the same high school as 2015 offensive lineman Steven Gonzalez, who received a Rutgers offer during spring practice. The two have discussed playing together at the next level and both hold offers from Rutgers and Virginia.
"We've talked about it, definitely," Kelly said. "It's just a great feeling right now."