Allen Bell, the speedy 6-1, 195-pound corner and track star from Independence CC in Kansas, had…
Allen Bell ready to be a Rebel
Bell further explained why he choose Ole Miss.
"It was always either Ole Miss or Louisville, and now that their staff is gone (Louisville), it is all Ole Miss. Besides, they told me that if I committed, it was OK for me to still visit Iowa State this weekend. I feel like that is the best thing for me to do, to go ahead and commit. I am ready to get my decision over with. Ole Miss is where I am going.
Bell will have 3 years to play 3 on the next level.
Allen marks Ole Miss' 30th commitment.
To view the list, click here.
DT Jerrell Powe, QB transfer Jevan Snead, and S Ashlee Palmer are not listed on the commitment list because they were not playing football this season for a high school, juco, or prep school.
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