Displays a good feel in the pass game, can sit into his stance, redirect with above-average fluidity and quickly get out of his breaks. However, lacks a great first step when asked to click and close on the football. Doesn't exhibit much range in zone and has a tough time keeping pace in man. Doesn't make up for a false step and will have a tough time making many plays on the football in the NFL.
Impression: Lacks the type of athleticism needed to play the safety spot at that size."
Kellem played all 48 regular-season games of his career, plus two bowl games
2009: First Team All-Sun Belt Conference for the 2009 college football season as voted on by both the Sun Belt Coaches and Media. Kellem, a safety with a nose for the ball, had 55 tackles, including 6.5 for losses, three sacks, three interceptions for 58 yards and a touchdown, two forced fumbles, one recovered fumble and two blocked kicks.
2008: A starter in all 12 games
High School: Earned all-state and all-county honors for Deerfield Beach High School following an 8-3 season ... Named the Defensive MVP at the North-South All-Star game posting 85 tackles, four sacks, eight caused fumbles, five fumble recoveries, and three blocked field goals during his career he also scored four touchdowns he lettered in football and basketball throughout his career.
Strengths: Kellen is an instinctive safety who has impacted how opposing quarterbacks attack his defense, Kellem has showcased ball skills and play-reading skills, he is also very tough for his size and he is a leader. Very bright, he's has already graduated with a degree in organizational communication. Kellem is a strong tackler for his size,with excellent range and isn’t afraid to stick his nose in against the run.
Weaknesses: He is undersized and a bit of a FS/CB 'tweener, and scouts wonder if he can add weight without losing quickness.
Projection: I think Kellem finds his way into the late rounds, perhaps the 6th if he has good workouts. Some teams may evaluate him as a Cover-2 CB, his ability and strong character may overcome his size."