Interview with San Diego Fleet Wide Receiver Kameron Kelly

Kameron Kelly, a wide receiver for the San Diego Fleet, is a fan favorite receiver who converted from a corner. Kelly attended San Diego State and was signed by the Dallas Cowboys as an undrafted free agent. Kelly didn't make the Cowboys 53 man roster and didn't find a home in the NFL. Kameron Kelly is versatile, he has already provided a ton of production at two positions and is working on his third. Coming out of high school, Kelly was dual-threat quarterback who won player of the year for his district as well as an academic all-state selection. Kelly also played basketball and ran track. At San Diego State, Kelly was a BALLER!!! He enrolled as an athlete who could play any where on offense, a defensive back on defense, and a kick returner on special teams. Kelly eventually converted to a full time defensive back and played corner his first three seasons and safety in his senior season. Kelly had 10 interceptions as an Aztec and his best game came against Stanford where he recorded 2 sacks, 2 tackles for loss, 6 total tackles, and a forced fumble. There is no question that Kelly is a skilled defensive back, but has made the switch to wide receiver. Kelly is an athlete who can play any position on the field. Kelly is also a ball hawk; he had 10 interceptions in college as well as 27 total pass break ups. There is no question that Kelly is going to put up a lot of production for the Fleet this season and there is a good chance we see him on an NFL roster by the start of next season. Kelly is a player who provides energy for the team and the fans love him. I had the honor to ask him a few questions, check out what he said!

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