Earlier this month, Michigan State running back Le’Veon Bell announced that he will forgo his senior season and enter the NFL draft. In his three years as a Spartan, Bell carried the ball a total of 671 times for 3,346 yards (5.0 yards/carry) and 33 rushing touchdowns. He added 78 catches for 531 yards and another touchdown.
Bell was the bell cow his junior season, rushing for 1,793 yards – good for fifth in the nation – on 382 carries, which led the nation and 12 touchdowns. He was voted as a first team All-American in some publications.
Bell’s game has just about everything. While he lacks the top-end, breakaway speed, he can make tacklers miss and can run them over, always falling forward for the extra yard.
He’s projected by most to go anywhere from the second to the fourth round. YouTuber Pietrang5 put together this highlight tape of the best of the best of Bell’s MSU career.