NORMAN, Okla. -- Oklahoma wide receiver Malcolm Kelly will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft.
Oklahoma head coach Bob Stoops announced Kelly's decision today
and wished his former receiver well. He says Kelly is an
outstanding player who is well-suited for the pro game.
Kelly says he discussed his options with his family and several
friends who are playing in the NFL before making the decision.
The Longview, Texas, native was the second-leading receiver this
season in catches, yards and touchdowns with 49 receptions for 821
yards and nine touchdowns.
As a sophomore last season, Kelly had 62 catches for 992 yards
and 10 touchdowns.
His 21 career touchdown receptions ranks second all-time at
Oklahoma behind Mark Clayton, who had 30 catches during his career.