Oregon State Lands 2018 Center Kylor Kelley

Kylor Kelley Oregon State Photo | Twitter @K3LL3Y24

Kylor Kelley, the 7-foot-1 center from Lane (OR) Community College, announced his commitment to Oregon State on Tuesday via Instagram. Kelley, who de-committed from OSU in August, took his official visit to Oregon State this past weekend (Oct. 14).

“I decommitted this summer to make sure OSU was truly the right place for me,” said Kelley in a statement released via Instagram. “Now I know in my heart it truly is. Committed to OSU this weekend on my visit. But now it’s time to get it done in the classroom. I wanna thank the Beaver coaching staff for giving me this opportunity to continue to play the sport I love🙏🏼 and my mother for her endless support and love through this process❤️. I must first finish my year at Lane community college so I may play next year.”

Kelley will be eligible to play once he finishes this year at Lane Community College. Assuming he plays in 2018, he will join Warren Washington and Jack Wilson as the third commit in the Beavers’ 2018 class. He will come to Oregon State as a redshirt junior.

Since his original de-commitment from OSU, Kelley received offers from Utah, Utah State, and Washington State, and took official visits to the both Utah and Utah State. Although Utah wasn’t able to land Kelley, they had a tremendous September on the recruiting front, landing Riley Battin, Timmy Allen, Devante Doutrive, Naseem Gaskin, and Charles Jones II

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