A new face is set to join TCU football’s coaching staff.
Former Oklahoma All-American wide receiver Malcolm Kelly is expected to be hired as the Horned Frogs’ new outside wide receivers coach, per a report from 247Sports’ Jeremy Clark. The hiring is expected to be official by Thursday, according to Clark.
Kelly, 32, spent the past two seasons as a graduate assistant at Houston. The Cougars went a combined 15-10 during his time under former head coach Major Applewhite.
Prior to coaching, Kelly, who hails from Longview, played at Oklahoma from 2005-2007 — leading the Sooners in receptions and receiving yards as a true freshman — before declaring early for 2008 NFL Draft. Kelly was selected by the Washington Redskins as the No. 51 overall pick and spent three seasons in the league, all with Washington.
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