Posted July 30, 2012 on illinois.scout.com
The Fighting Illini football staff made a good impression with a Monday visitor. Safety Darwyn Kelly made the trek from Washington D.C. and came away impressed. The Illini hope he can maintain the pipeline they have enjoyed with H.D. Woodson High School athletes.
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