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2013 — The reserve wide receiver encountered the majority of his playing time in the first four games of the year, including 21 snaps against both Nicholls and California . . . Stepped onto the field for 10 outings, accumulating all of his production against Washington State . . . Converted an opening-quarter 13-yard catch into a first down in addition to returning a pair of kickoffs for 53 yards, including a collegiate-long 29 yard gain . . . Grabbed two receptions for 38 yards in the 2014 Spring Game.
2012 — Caught a two yard pass for a touchdown in win at Oregon State … Recorded one solo tackle and had one grab for an 18-yard touchdown in victory at California … Caught one pass for 32 yards in win vs. Colorado … Recovered a fumble against Washington … Recorded one catch for 12 yards in win over Tennessee Tech … Made one tackle in victory vs. Fresno State … Had two receptions for 39 yards, including a 22-yard long reception in collegiate debut in win over Arkansas State … Also had two key solo stops on special teams against the Red Wolves.
2011 — Offensive scout team player of the week leading up to victory over Missouri State.
BEFORE OREGON — A four-star recruit according to ESPN, while garnering three stars from Rivals.com, Scout.com and 247Sports.com … Considered the No. 26 wide receiver prospect in the nation by ESPN … As a senior, helped Central High School advance to the second round of the CIF Central Section playoffs under head coach Casey Quinn, recording 51 catches for 1,223 yards (24.0 yards per reception) and 17 touchdowns … Also ran the ball 12 times for 110 yards and a score … Named to the 2010 Cal-Hi third team … Caught 35 balls for 758 yards (21.7 avg.) and eight touchdowns during his junior campaign … Selected as the overall MVP of the Passing Down Elite 7-on-7 camp in 2009 … Would like to compete in track & field at the collegiate level after running the 200 meters, 110 meter hurdles and 300 meter hurdles for the Grizzlies, clocking PRs of 21.98, 14.71 and 38.37 seconds, respectively, in the spring of 2010.
PERSONAL — Born Beijan J. Kelley in Glendale, Calif. Parents: Pierre Kelley and Shaunda Terry. Family: One brother, two sisters. High School (Coach): Central High East (Casey Quinn), 2011. Major: General Social Science.
KELLEY'S CAREER BESTS
Points scored: 6, at California, 11/10/12; at Oregon State, 11/24/12
Touchdowns: 1, at California, 11/10/12; at Oregon State, 11/24/12
Receptions: 2, Arkansas State, 09/01/12
Receiving yards: 39, Arkansas State, 09/01/12 (2 receptions)
Receiving TDs: 1 [t-45th], at California, 11/10/12; at Oregon State, 11/24/12
Long reception: 32, Colorado, 10/27/12
All-purpose yards: 66, Washington St., 10/19/13
Kick returns: 2, Washington St., 10/19/13
Kick return yards: 53, Washington St., 10/19/13 (2 returns)
Long kick return: 29, Washington St., 10/19/13
Tackles: 2, Arkansas State, 09/01/12 (2-0)
Fumbles recovered: 1 [t-5th], Washington, 10/06/12