Langhorne (Pa.) Neshaminy kicker Kevin Kelly established himself as one of the top specialist prospects in the Keystone state with an outstanding junior season. His efforts haven't been lost on recruiters.
"I have offers from Kent State, Delaware, West Virginia, Syracuse, and Indiana," Kelly said. "I have Syracuse, Indiana, and Kent State in writing."
"I'm looking at all the schools that have offered. And Penn State and Virginia Tech as well."
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"I visited West Virginia, Virginia Tech, Penn State, and Syracuse. I leave today for Virginia Tech for their senior camp."
"I probably like West Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Syracuse best. I'll probably decide before the season starts, but I'm not totally sure."
The 5-foot-9 and 175 pound Kelly made seven of 13 field goals during his junior season. His longest came from 52 yards. Kelly connected on all 25 of his extra point attempts and 75% of his kickoffs went for touchbacks. Kelly was an all-league and honorable mention all-state selection.