2006 (Sophomore): All-Big 12 second team by the coaches and Associated Press ... ... led the Sooners in receptions, receiving yards and touchdown catches ... tied the school record with 11 receptions against Texas Tech ... went over 100 receiving yards in five games with a best of 164 versus Middle Tennessee, a bowl team ... set a quarter record in that game after hauling in three passes for 134 yards in the first period ... set Big 12 Championship Game records with 10 receptions and 142 yards ... also caught two TDs in the win over Nebraska ... became the fastest player in OU history to reach 1,000 career receiving yards when he did it in his 19th game (at Missouri) ... ranks No. 6 at OU for receptions in a season, No. 3 in receiving yards and No. 3 in touchdown receptions ... had at least one touchdown in seven games and two scoring catches in three ... suffered a knee injury early in the Fiesta Bowl and missed most of the game (no statistics).
2005 (Freshman): All-Big 12 honorable mention (Big 12 Coaches) ... named to The Sporting News’ Freshman All-America Team honorable mention and All-Big 12 Freshman Team ... led the Sooners in receptions and receiving yards ... season-high eight receptions at Nebraska ... hauled in five passes for a season-best 118 yards against Texas A&M ... had TD catches against Kansas and Texas Tech ... ranks No. 4 at OU for receiving yards by a freshman, No. 5 for receptions by a freshman ... became the fourth freshman in OU history to lead the team in receiving, the first since 1975.
Personal: High School - Caught 29 passes for 638 yards and 9 touchdowns as a senior ... as a junior, had 27 catches for 826 yards and six touchdowns ... three-time all-district first team selection at wide receiver ... named First team all-state his final two years ... has a 38 inch vertical jump ... bench presses 300 pounds ... coach: John King.
Personal - Born December 30, 1986 ... son of Moses and Marva Kelly.
Malcolm Kelly Audibles
"He's definitely talented and he has great size for how young he is. He's going to do a lot of big things here." — Quarterback Paul Thompson