CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia football program added three additional transfer student-athletes who enrolled in January for the spring semester of 2023. The players are safety Cam’Ron Kelly, cornerback Tayvonn Kyle and offensive tackle Ugonna Nnanna. The three players committed to the Cavalier program following the NCAA early signing period that took place in December. All three are currently enrolled at UVA.

Cam’Ron Kelly … Safety … 6-2 … 210 … Chesapeake, Va. …  North Carolina / Oscar Smith HS

2022 (Senior): Appeared in all 12 regular-season games and totaled 49 tackles to help North Carolina to a 9-5 record and Coastal Division title … had 30 solo stops … lone interception came vs. Wake Forest … had season-high six tackles vs. Appalachian State, Duke, Notre Dame, Virginia and Georgia Tech … also returned five punts (all in first four games of the season) for 64 yards (12.8 avg.) including a long of 26 versus Florida A&M in his first return of the season … finished his North Carolina career with 180 tackles and five interceptions … credited with 12 pass defenses as a Tar Heel. 2021 (Junior): Appeared in all 13 games and made nine starts at defensive back … All-ACC Third Team selection … ranked third on the team with 69 tackles … tied for the ACC lead with four interceptions … Tied for the team lead with five stops and had a half TFL against Georgia State … started against Duke and led the team with seven tackles and notched his first collegiate interception … notched a season-high nine tackles against Florida State … had three stops, one interception and a breakup against Miami … equaled a career high with 12 tackles at Notre Dame  … had two interceptions, a breakup and three tackles against Wake Forest … had 12 stops against South Carolina at the Duke’s Mayo Bowl. 2020 (Sophomore): Appeared in all 12 games and made four starts at defensive back … an All-ACC Academic Team selection … ranked third on the team with 55 tackles, and had three breakups, one tackle for loss and one forced fumble … had nine tackles and a TFL against Virginia Tech … Came up with six stops at FSU … made a career-high 12 tackles at Virginia … Came up with 11 tackles and a breakup at Duke. 2019 (Freshman): Played in the first five games of the season at defensive back before suffering a season-ending knee injury … started at safety against Clemson … compiled seven tackles during the season … had single-tackle games against both Wake Forest and Appalachian State … had five tackles against Clemson. Auburn (Freshman): Attended Auburn for the spring ‘19 semester before transferring to North Carolina. High School and Personal:  Four-star prospect from Oscar Smith High School who was ranked as the No. 218 player and the No. 10 athlete in the nation by the 247Sports Composite … ranked as the No. 5 prospect in the state of Virginia … also ranked the No. 23 safety in the nation and the No. 8 player in Virginia by Rivals … appeared in the World All-Star Bowl following his senior season … led Oscar Smith to an 11-2 record and the third round of the playoffs as a senior … a first-team All-USA Virginia selection and first-team Class 6 all-state at defensive back … a first-team All-Tidewater selection … also named first-team All-Class 6 Region, first-team All-Southeastern District at defensive back, and second-team All-Southeastern District at quarterback … accounted for 1,966 total yards and 38 TDs … led Oscar Smith to a 12-3 record and a berth in the state championship game as a junior  … a first-team All-USA Virginia selection and first-team Class 6 all-state at defensive back as a junior … was named the Abe Goldblatt All-Tidewater Player of the Year … tallied 1,661 yards and 13 TDs at quarterback, running back and wide receiver … also played defensive back and returned kicks and punts … rushed for more than 400 yards, tallied three INTs and accounted for five TDs in the postseason … posted 35 tackles, eight INTs and 13 PBU as a sophomore … also played baseball … was an honor student … coached by Scott Johnson … son of Tonya and Kedro Livingstone.

Tayvonn Kyle … Cornerback … 5-11 … 189 … Valdosta, Ga. … Iowa State / Lowndes HS

2022 (Senior): Played in all 12 games, making two starts … had 16 tackles, including one for a loss … registered four pass breakups … had four tackles in games against Oklahoma State and TCU … also broke up two passes against the Horned Frogs … finished his career playing in 42 games and making 76 tackles, including seven tackles for a loss … also had one career interception. 2021 (Junior): Played in 11 games, registering three tackles … named to Big 12 Commissioner’s Honor Roll. 2020 (Sophomore): Honorable mention All-Big 12 … played in all 12 games, starting five … recorded 28 tackles, including 20 solo stops … also had 2.0 TFL and an interception … led the team with six pass breakups … posted five tackles vs. Oklahoma … had six stops and a pass breakup vs. Texas Tech … had three solo tackles and first career interception vs. Baylor … had a career-high two pass breakups vs. Texas. 2019 (RS Freshman): Honorable mention All-Big 12 … emerged as one of ISU’s top corners, starting the last five games of the season … played in seven games … posted 29 tackles and 4.0 TFL … tallied five tackles vs. Texas Tech in his first game with significant snaps … in his first career start vs. Oklahoma, tallied six tackles and 1.5 TFL … had four solo tackles and a pass breakup vs. Kansas … posted a season-high seven tackles vs. Notre Dame. 2018 (Freshman): Redshirted initial collegiate season … began career as a wide receiver before switching to the defensive secondary. High School and Personal: A three-star recruit by 247Sports, Rivals and ESPN … ranked as the No. 136 athlete by 247Sports … a first-team all-state selection in 2017 as a returner … caught 42 passes for 766 yards and 10 touchdowns as a senior … also threw a pair of touchdown passes in his only two attempts … team finished the season at 11-1 … runs the 40 in 4.42 … also member of the track and field team … member of 4X100 relay team that finished eighth in Class 7A at the 2018 state meet … placed fifth in the triple jump (45-01.25) … coached by Randy McPherson … son of Kenya Kyle … management major at Iowa State.

Ugonna Nnanna … Offensive Tackle … 6-4 … 300 … Arlington, Texas …  Houston / Seguin HS

Pronounced You-Gone-Uh  Naan-uh
2022 (Sophomore): Appeared in two games … played against Rice and Tulane … did not start any contests. 2021 (RS Freshman): Appeared in five games on the offensive line, with three straight appearances against Temple, Memphis, and UConn. 2020 (Freshman): Appeared in one game, coming against USF. High School and Personal: Three-star prospect by 247Sports … played for head coach Joe Gordon at Seguin High School … rated the No. 103 offensive tackle and No. 168 overall prospect in Texas by 247Sports.