As Bailey Adams pointed out, this guy might be the “x factor” in the race for third wide receiver.
He spent his rookie year on injured reserve due to a hamstring injury, but as we approach 2016, he is healthy and ready to go. The Bucs’ need a burner and this guy might be it. Bell posted a 4.42 in the forty yard dash at the 2015 combine, and posted a faster 4.37 at his pro day.
Kenny Bell played well as a Cornhusker, take a look:
Receiving & Rushing
Bell didn’t do much in big games, never putting up a 100 yard game in late December or early January. But he performed well against solid competition, including a 133 yard performance against Ohio State as a sophomore.
If all things are equal, is Bell the guy for the Bucs?
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