Oscar Smith's Cam'Ron Kelly Staying In State, Commits To Virginia Tech
On Thursday, the Virginia Tech Hokies got a suprise well worth it when four star recruit two-way football player Cam'ron Kelly announced that he would be staying in his home state and committed to the Hokies. Kelly's announcement came on Thursday during a ceremony at his school, Oscar Smith High School. While seated at the table on stage surrounded by family and close friends, Kelly first took out hats for Clemson and Penn State and placed them on the table but then pulled out a third hat which represented Virginia Tech and told the audience, he was "All in...Virginia Tech." Kelly's commit to VT makes him the highest rated recruit for the Hokies Class of 2019 and is a huge let down for the other over 40 programs that had offers out to the 6-foot-1, 190 pound standout athlete, who played wide receiver, tailback, and defensive back for Oscar Smith.