Kyle Bell is the most productive running back the state of Colorado has ever seen. He finished his stay at Weld Central with 8,248 yards and 100 touchdowns. He had a few offers but it has mainly been Colorado State and Wyoming battling it out for his services. He decided to stay home and tells us why."> Kyle Bell is the most productive running back the state of Colorado has ever seen. He finished his stay at Weld Central with 8,248 yards and 100 touchdowns. He had a few offers but it has mainly been Colorado State and Wyoming battling it out for his services. He decided to stay home and tells us why.">

State's No.8 Player Talks About Decision

<a href="http://scout.theinsiders.com/a.z?s=148&p=8&c=1&nid=981080">Kyle Bell</a> is the most productive running back the state of Colorado has ever seen. He finished his stay at Weld Central with 8,248 yards and 100 touchdowns. He had a few offers but it has mainly been Colorado State and Wyoming battling it out for his services. He decided to stay home and tells us why.

Height: 6-2
Weight: 210
40 time: 4.46
Bench: 320
Vertical:'34
From: Keenesburg, Colorado
High School: Weld Central

"I just like the school itself. I get along real well with the CSU players. What it really came down to though was which town I liked better, and I like Fort Collins more than Laramie."

Bell thinks he can get some early playing time for the Rams.

He is glad to have his decision out of the way and says that now he will just focus on working out and going to Fort Collins ready.

Bell also liked the thought of playing baseball at his school of choice but that probably won't happen.

"I am just going to focus on football for now. I might play baseball after college."

Kyle made the Denver Post All-Colorado team as one of three running backs. He was also named the 2A player of the year by the Post and the Rocky Mountain News.


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