|Le'veon Bell has a tough decision awaiting him.|
He finished his freshman year ranking second in carries (107), rushing yards (605), and touchdowns (8), while being named to the Big Ten All-Freshman team and was added mid-season to the Doak Walker Award Watch List. He showed a knack for getting the tough, extra yards. He flashed a spin move that marveled no one in the B1G, and left defenders cleaning dirt out of their helmets. His coaches and teammates applauded his awareness to pick up every blitz out of the backfield, which kept him on the field to protect Kirk Cousins.
Entering his Sophmore season, Bell and Baker where in-line to share carries and become best stable of backs at Michigan State since Javon Ringer and Jahuu Caulcrick. Racking up 948 yards on 182 carries, being named Honorable Mention All Big Ten, while he was named the Most Outstanding Underclassman Back on offense, Bell entered his Junior year as the undisputed lead back -- following Bakers puzzling entrance into the NFL Draft -- and on most experts Heisman Watch List. A team viewed as one dimensional with a first year quarterback, Bell put the Spartans on his back versus Boise State -- in the seasons opener -- posting an incredible 44 carries for 210 yards and two touchdowns.
|Le'veon Bell hurdles Boise State defenders.|
No matter what he decides, Bell has become a legend, a name that is sure to find its way inside homes for years to come. The hurdles, the heart, the maturity, Bell is an athlete that a parent can know their children are looking at a superior role model. No matter what he decides to do, rest assured Le'veon Bell will prove them wrong as he's done his entire life. Here's to a great career in the NFL.