Chad Kelly to play in title game

by -
Recruiting Home Search Recruits Recruiting Board
Chad Kelly - Quarterback
TigerNet: (4.27)

Height: 6-3   Weight: 215   Hometown: Buffalo, NY (St. Joseph's HS)   Class: 2012

From Buffalo News:

This is the first high school football season in which Western New York has had two players verbally committed to major college programs months before their season started.

On Thursday night, their high school careers will come to an end ... in a championship game ... against each other.

There will certainly be two outstanding teams taking the field at Ralph Wilson Stadium at 6 p.m. when St. Joe's meets St. Francis for the Monsignor Martin Association championship game, but there is no denying the accomplishments and importance of each squad's top player.

St. Joe's senior quarterback Chad Kelly Chad Kelly
6-3, 205
Buffalo, NY

View Full Profile
is headed to Clemson. St. Francis senior running back Akeel Lynch is headed to Boston College.

Kelly 101: The 6-foot-3, 215-pound returning first-team All-Western New Yorker is the nephew of Buffalo Bills pro football Hall of Famer Jim Kelly. He has great arm strength and touch as well as great running ability. He chose Clemson over a who's who of college football powers. Last week he set the Western New York single-season mark for passing (2,842) and the MMA career mark (5,001) despite playing only two varsity seasons

Read the full article here

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Chad Kelly Recruiting Profile
Send Feedback to TigerNet Staff: Email | Comment
Post your comments!

College GameDay set for Clemson-Virginia Tech

BC head coach on team's 34-7 loss to Clemson

Ferrell: Fan response to struggles 'comes with the territory'

Etienne on scoring touchdowns: "That's my mindset"

Swinney updates several injuries on team

Swinney: "We took it over in the trenches"

Etienne wins Leather Helmet award

A win, yes, but sloppy play can’t be overlooked

Clemson-BC postgame notes
Last Name

Sign Up for E-Mail News Alerts
Daily Digest