Q: How did you get started playing football?

I got started playing football after moving states to a new school, I only played basketball
in my younger years but always wanted to box and play football. My father always told
me basketball was the smarter choice of sport but in 8th grade I made the decision to
pick up the great game of football and ever since my first Friday night lights, I fell in love.

Q: What separates you from all the other athletes trying to become a professional.
My incredible amount of faith and pure determination to be perfect separates me from
my competition. My faith gives me complete confidence and trust in my ability and my
determination to be perfect fuels my competitiveness making me a crazed competitor in
everything I do.

Q: Tell us about your college choice, career and what the recruiting process was like.
I didn’t have anybody helping me in my recruiting out of highschool. A lot of my exposure
was done by myself which made it ten times harder. After having some offers fall through
due to coach change I decided to go the Junior college route. After spending a year at
College of the desert in Palm Springs, California I transferred to Mt.San Antonio College
in Walnut, California shout out my SacDawgz! After leaving Mt.Sac a small school in
Kansas called Tabor College provided me with a lot of opportunity and a chance to get
closer with my lord and savior and I chose to go win a lot of ball games in Hillsboro,
Kansas.

Q: What would you consider to be your biggest accomplishment in your sports career so far?
My biggest accomplishment in my sports career so far is waking up everyday thanking
God for the opportunity to get better everyday. Being a Juco product is a huge
accomplishment in itself, proud that I was able to make it out that jungle and continued
to ball.

Q: What do you consider to be one of the more important things you learned from the coaching staff? How crucial consistency is.

Q: What is/was your biggest challenge and how do/did you manage it?
My biggest challenge is just the aspect of not being in the spotlight and being slept on,
making it harder to be seen. I am overcoming that by simply again, thanking God
everyday for the opportunity to get better and working my tail off everyday to gain an
edge.

Q: What is your biggest strength or X factor that you bring to a professional team?
My biggest strength or X factor I would bring to a team is just being who I am. Being
Sean Kelley will in the end produce.

Q: Who is or has been the most influential person in your life?
The most influential person in my life thus far, first and foremost is my God all Glory to
him.

Q: What are your goals with football? If football does not work out, then what?
My goals with football is to be the greatest to ever do it. I want to learn the game and
become the game. If football didn’t work I would somehow stay linked with it, but
ultimately I just want to do something that can make an impact on people’s lives
positively.

Q: How did you prepare for the National Scouting Combine and what are your expectations?
I have been training with my trainer Stefan Certa, dudes a guru when it comes to the
athlete. I expect to have a lot of fun and attract eyes and ears.

Q: What would be your ultimate achievement?
Taking care of my family, being able to put food on their plates and give them anything
they needed while being a man of God.

Q: If you have to compare yourself to a current pro player, who would it be and why? I really like Casey Hayward and Chris Harris Jr they are similar in body size and great all
pro’s.They are slept on but if you look at numbers and production they are top in the
league easily. I compare myself to them in many ways and look to follow in those
footsteps.