At Princeton — 2014: earned All-Ivy League Honorable Mention after leading Princeton in receptions (61), receiving yards (683) and touchdown catches (four) … ranked fifth in the Ivy League in both receptions and receiving yards … finished seventh all-time at Princeton in receptions (129) and 11th in receiving yards (1,392) … caught career-best 13 passes for 147 yards and two touchdowns in win at Cornell … had at least five catches in seven of 10 games … caught touchdown passes in wins over Columbia and Penn; had eight catches for 96 yards in victory over the Quakers … recipient of the program's Richard W. Colman Scholar-Athlete Award. 2013: earned All-Ivy League Honorable Mention after catching 42 passes for 444 yards and six touchdowns … caught six passes for 50 yards and two touchdowns in 51-48 triple-overtime win over Harvard … caught at least four passes in six of final eight games … caught touchdown at Penn that gave Princeton a two-score lead in the fourth quarter … had career-high 102 receiving yards and a touchdown in 42-26 win over Lafayette … caught one of the biggest passes of the season, a 24-yard catch on 3rd and 18 in the second quarter against Brown; Tigers trailed 17-0 at the time, but went on to score a touchdown on the drive and win 38-17. 2012: returned from knee injury and caught 23 passes for 242 yards … after catching only nine passes in the first six weeks, he caught 14 in the final four games … had four catches apiece against both Penn and Yale … made season-long catch of 23 yards against Cornell … had eight multiple-catch games. 2011: started in season opener at wide receiver; caught three passes and rushed twice before suffering season-ending injury … caught three passes for 23 yards, including one for long of 18 … rushed twice for nine yards. 2010: saw action in six games at quarterback and made first collegiate start in season finale against Dartmouth ... named Ivy League Rookie of the Week against Yale; had career-long throw of 42 yards and first collegiate touchdown pass in that game; he was Princeton's first Rookie of the Week since 2003 … completed 34 of 58 passes for 304 yards; 58.6% completion rate was best on the team ... rushed 44 times for 95 yards ... recorded first completion against Harvard ... completed nine passes in first four games combined, then completed 25 in his last two combined ... threw for 122 yards at Yale.
At Batesville — named the Indiana Football Association all-state quarterback ... earned conference MVP honors ... two-time all-conference selection ... named to the district all-star team ... Scout.com Top 25 Player in Indiana ... Tristatefootball.com Player of the Week honoree ... played quarterback and defensive end, though recruited as quarterback ... holds school records in career touchdown passes, season touchdown passes, season passing yardage, best completion percentage in a season and lowest interception rate in a season ... ran for 25 career touchdowns ... won Team MVP and Strong Man Award ... hold school record for highest power clean ... led team to school's first outright conference title as a senior; won sectional title as well ... lettered in basketball and track ... team captain, team MVP and all-conference selection in basketball ... part of record-setting 4x100 team in track.
Personal — born Dec. 21, 1991 ... son of William and Elisabeth Kelley ... father is an attorney; mother is a physician ... has a younger sister Emily ... grandfather William May and uncle David May both attended Princeton ... enjoys playing the guitar, basketball and concerts ... interested in studying biology.