Kelley has three schools in front

Cal and Oregon are the two favorites for B.J. Kelley but neither Pac-10 program has offered yet. That seems just fine with the Fresno (Calif.) Central East wide receiver and serves as more motivation to pick up offers from both schools.
"Right now my favorites would be Cal and Oregon," Kelley said. "Cal, Oregon and Fresno State would probably be my top three right now.
"I went up to Cal's camp and it was pretty good. They're definitely one of the top schools I need to get an offer from. I'm going to have to see what happens. Oregon says they like the way I play and they want me to come up there so I can show them my skills, too. It's going pretty good with both schools."

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Fresno State is the latest offer for Kelley, a 6-foot-2, 175-pound three-star recruit by Rivals.com. He is teammates with four-star running back Brendon Bigelow, a Washington commit who is considering some other visits and also has Cal on his short list.
The location for Kelley to Fresno State helps the Bulldogs in his recruitment and he also likes how the wide receivers play there. Those could be two important factors when he considers where things are headed in the coming months.
Arizona, Arizona State, Cal Poly, Eastern Michigan, Idaho, Northwestern, Oregon State, San Diego State and Washington State have also offered Kelley but after Cal and Oregon it's Fresno State that interests him the most.
"The receivers are really good at Fresno State," Kelley said. "I know coach (Keith) Williams is really good at what he does. I was really happy when I found out they were going to offer me. I really like the coaches out there, they're really good."