One of the most highly regarded prospects from the Lone Star State is wide receiver Malcolm Kelly from Longview (Texas) High School. Kelly, 6-3.5 and 190 pounds, caught 26 passes for 826 yards last season.
Kelly has great size and good hands. At this level, he poses a huge match up problem for opposing defenses because of his size and good speed. Kelly is a dual threat because he can dominate the short passing game and also beat you deep. Kelly also excels blocking downfield, which is a huge plus for any wide receiver prospect.
"Malcolm Kelly is a legitimate 6-3.5, 190-pound wideout who has enough
speed and height and to get the 5-yard hitch all day," TheInsiders.com/Big 12
recruiting analyst Stacey Dean said. "The Longview pass-catcher towers over
would-be corners and safeties, posing match-up difficulties for opposing
I had two game films to pull highlights of Kelly and he played against some quality competition in Tyler Lee and Lufkin. You will see a handful of receptions, some touchdowns as well as Kelly blocking downfield.
Video 1 - #4 Malcolm Kelly (WR)
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