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Kelly-Martin recaps BGSU visit

LaGrange Park (Ill.) Nazareth Academy junior outside linebacker prospect Decxavier Kelly-Martin (6-foot-3, 190 pounds) took in the Bowling Green spring game last Saturday. Kelly-Martin talks Falcons and much more in this latest recruiting update.
"I went to Bowling Green on Saturday for the spring game," Kelly-Martin said. "It was a nice drive out to BGSU and overall it was a good visit."
Kelly-Martin recapped his first visit to Bowling Green.
"I had a good visit to BGSU on Saturday. The facilities at BGSU are really nice and outside of maybe Indiana they are hands down the best facilities I've seen so far. The indoor facility at Bowling Green is huge and everything was just really impressive. I also had a chance to talk to the coaches at BGSU and they are interested in me. I had a good talk with my recruiting coach Sean Lewis along with head coach Dino Babers. I just had a good overall feel for the school and all that they have to offer including the coaching staff. Bowling Green said they would be in school this spring and they want to watch me work out in person. We also talked about me camping with them this summer. I also drove around the campus and they are doing even more renovations and I had a good visit on Saturday."
Kelly-Martin is staying busy this spring.
"Between working with Boom in 7on7 along with getting ready for the NFTC and the Rivals Camp I've been staying pretty busy. As far as more visits I'm not sure just yet. I'll most likely get out to NIU for the spring game in a few weeks."
Also look for Kelly-Martin along with several of his teammates to draw plenty of in school visits from several college coaches starting in mid April.
"I know that both NIU and Central Michigan will be at our school on the first day of the spring evaluation period on April 15th. Central Michigan said they want to watch me work out and that they could offer if they like what they see from me this spring. Schools like Louisville, Syracuse and BYU have been also telling me they will be in school along with a bunch of others. It's going to be an exciting time for all of us this spring."