Interest Growing In Sugar Land Safety

Interest Growing In Sugar Land Safety

Things are beginning to pick up from Sugar Land (TX) safety Jordan Bell, who is beginning to gain a lot of interest. Bell's most serious interest has come from the state of Texas, but Northwestern has thrown their hat in the ring.

Bell's list of interested schools includes Northwestern, SMU, Texas Tech, Arizona, Texas AM, Miami, Alabama, Nebraska, Notre Dame, and others.

Coming off a strong junior season, Bell's stock has continued to rise. Bell recorded 88 tackles and three interceptions, while helping his Hightower High School team to a 9-3 record. In addition, Bell carries a 3.2 GPA.

Early in his recruitment, Bell has not received any offers, but has already begun to evaluate the schools that have given him strong consideration. In addition, Bell has figured out what to look for in a school

"The school has to be good with academics and the football program has to be good," said Bell. It has to have a good environment."

During the course of his junior season, Bell had constant contact with the Northwestern Wildcats. Recently, those talks haven't been as consistent. The Wildcats had two trips to the ‘Lone Star State', including a 30-13 win against Rice in Houston.

Bell has been able to follow the Wildcats, and is very interested in the program.

"I think it's a pretty good school, for both academics and football," said Bell.

While searching for a school, Bell is hoping to look at each team's depth at their position, citing playing time as an important factor in his decision.

"I'm definitely looking to see what position I'll be in before I go to a school," Bell said. "The playing time is a factor."

Once the offers come in for Jordan Bell, he hopes to get his decision out of the way, so he can focus on his senior season.

"I would like to make it before next year's football season," Bell said.

Bell now stands at 5'10, 170-lbs, and records a 4.4 40-yard dash.

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