Four-star OLB Corey Kelly is committed to Baylor after a big official tour

After a big official tour this past weekend, Clear Falls (Texas) four-star outside linebacker Corey Kelly pledged to Baylor via Twitter on Tuesday night.

Relationship with Dave Arnda Baylor stood by from the moment he offered and it was solidified over the weekend through multiple conversations.

“Ever since I got there, Baylor has felt like home,” Kelly said. “Ever since I talked to Coach Aranda, they have made me feel special and make it feel like home.”

The official tour is different because of the love he has received from coaches, players and teammates.

“Hospitality from everyone,” he said. “I was able to hang out with the team on Saturday and I really kicked it off with those guys. We got connected really fast. My guys. [Christian Brathwaite] From Sai Ranch, [Trent Thomas] From Marshall. It was really the three of us, we kicked it and said we’d lock it together. “

Although Arunda is a defensive-minded head coach, it goes further with Arunda being an expert in the linebacker position, something that Kelly is excited to be an entrepreneur.

“It’s one of the reasons I can’t wait to get there, just to get training from Coach Arandar,” he said. “His message to me this weekend was that Baylor is a family and he wants to be a part of the family.”

Going forward, it is going to take on itself to start a movement of recruiters from the Houston area to deliver on their commitment to Kelly Baylor.

“I will try to get it [Vernon Glover Jr.] From Dickinson, my cornerback from my school, Joshua Moore, I will try to get past and see that I am not committed to coming to them in Houston in 2023, “he said.

Although Kelly won’t be enrolling soon, he will be coming to Waco next summer which he said will be a winning attitude and work ethic.

“Baylor fans should expect a hard worker, first a student-athlete and a great player,” Kelly said. “Someone that can come and be ready to work.”

At 6-foot-4, 210 pounds, Kelly is ranked 20th among linebackers outside the country and 60th from the state of Texas. He joined the Baylor 2023 class with Austin Novosada as a second-highest-ranking promise and second four-star commitment.

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