"It's exciting to know I got my first offers," said Kelley. "Colorado I kind of knew they were going to offer but Florida wasn't as expected. I sent them my game film and Coach (Bryant) Young and I talked and then I talked to Coach (Will) Muschamp and he offered me. I was thrilled when Florida offered, I've heard great things about them."
The early offers have weighed heavily with Kelley.
"I'm really looking at Colorado and Florida because they were my first two offers, and that means a lot to me, I've seen pictures of both of them and the schools look beautiful. I'm visiting both during my spring break."
"Coach Trent Bray from Arizona State offered me and then I talked to Coach Rahne from Vanderbilt and they offered," said Kelley. "I'm really excited to have my second SEC offer and from an exceptional academic institution."
Kelley has long looked at the West Coast as a place for him to play.
"I always have admired the West Coast schools," said Kelley. "I've sent my highlights to San Diego State, UCLA and USC so we'll see. Boise State has high interest in me and so does Arizona. BYU, I might get an offer from them soon and Washington has contacted my high school coach as well. My game films went out just recently to a bunch of schools that wanted more film."
"My family would love for me to go wherever I feel is best, wherever that is," said Kelley.
Kelley said he wanted to take some unofficials when students were on campus.
"I want to visit schools with people on them, and then sometime this summer, I plan on making my decision," said Kelley.
Kelley said he's being looked at as both an end and a linebacker.
"It's mainly more as a hybrid role, playing a defensive end in a 4-3 and then in a 3-4, be an outside linebacker coming in for blitzing and rushing the quarterback. I want to try to be around 235-240," said Kelley.
Academically, Kelley said he'd be taking the SAT in the spring.
He'll be camping at the Nike Camp in Los Angeles.