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had the chance to showcase his talents among the top high school players in the country Thursday night at the Under Armour All-America game.
Kelly threw for two touchdowns in the second half of his team's 49-16 loss. He made the most of extra playing time since two other quarterbacks on his team were injured. Kelly showed much of his trademark mobility. He also showed toughness. After suffering what was reported as a high ankle sprain on the last play of the first half, Kelly played the majority of the second half throwing for those two touchdowns.