There might have come a time when getting a scholarship was the goal. However, being from the state…
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Ron Kellogg Jr. Any familiarity with that name, and gridiron glory is replaced with hardwood heroics as the first version of this name started and starred for the Kansas Jayhawks. A Nebraska native, though, Kellogg Sr. made his way back to the Husker state, and even from the get go it seemed like this Kellogg might follow a different road. "I know back before high school he really didn't play much football, but once he did it was something he picked up quickly," recalled Omaha Westside Varsity Assistant Coach Ryan Gottula. "You could see how fast he could pick up things." Kellogg Jr. finished off his career with a solid senior season, throwing for over 1,100 yards, completing almost 60 percent of his passes on the year. This followed up an off-season performance where he earned MVP honors at the annual Husker Elite Quarterback Academy, which for one day, featured another future Husker QB, Cody Green. While Kellogg Jr. couldn't...
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