Los Angeles (Calif.) Bishop Mora Salesian wide receiver Jermaine Kelly has been busy in the off-season, including participating in last weekend's Fourth Quarter Sports 7on7 Tournament.
Kelly also plays on the defensive side for the Mustangs at safety, but sees himself continuing on the offensive side of the ball.
"I think I'm going to play wide receiver in college. Some of my strengths at that position are my route running, my catching ability, and my speed," he said.
There are a few areas that Kelly is working on improving during the off-season.
"I'm always trying to get faster. I'm also working on my hand-eye coordination; it's key," he said.
The 6'2", 185 lb. receiver is still waiting patiently for his first offer, but has been receiving letters of interest from some programs.
"I've gotten letters from Pac-12 schools, but I would go anywhere. My mind is open right now to everything," said Kelly.
Though he's open-minded about proximity, there is one thing in particular he's looking for in a collegiate program.
"I'm looking for a school that runs the spread offense because it fits my position, catching and throwing the ball. Boise State, Oregon, and Houston are all schools I like because they run that offense," he said.