Clemson to visit QB Chad Kelly

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

According to the Buffalo News:

"A football coach from Syracuse will visit St. Joe's today. On Wednesday, one from Clemson(Chad Morris) will be by. On Monday, Maryland visited. Last Friday, it was Florida State. Earlier last week, Notre Dame, North Carolina, Duke and the University at Buffalo."

"They've all made their way to Kenmore Avenue because they're recruiting St. Joe's quarterback Chad Kelly Chad Kelly
6-3, 205
Buffalo, NY

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-- and the list goes on."

"On Monday, Kelly was making his way back to Western New York after a weekend driving tour of three more interested programs: Purdue (Saturday), Michigan State (Sunday) and Michigan (Monday)."

"There was a conference call with Alabama, which is planning a trip. Miami was supposed to be up last week but a flight got canceled. Rutgers, North Carolina State and Vanderbilt have also been in touch."

"Kelly has made unofficial visits to Florida State and Clemson, where he attended spring football games, and there will be more of those to come. Kelly has said he'd like to get a top five to seven schools by the time the school year is done."

As a junior, Kelly ran 86 times for 1,057 yards and 15 touchdowns. He completed 137-of-249 passes for 2,159 yards with 24 touchdowns and eight interceptions.

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Chad Kelly Recruiting Profile
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