Last week at the Peach Jam, Holmes said he received calls from Umass and Texas A&M. YOMCA lost in the finals to BABC, 84-67.
"It was a good experience, especially playing in front of college coaches and playing well," Bell said. "I was showing them that I can play with the top competition in the country."
Bell said he hasn't received serious interest from the University of Memphis but would definitely consider the Tigers if they did extend an offer. Bell attended a "Power Hour" workout at the U of M earlier this summer.
"(The Memphis coaches) are cool and down-to-earth," Bell said. "They're cool coaches."
YOMCA heads off to Orlando, Fla., for the Super Showcase on July 19th. Bell said he hopes to escape the pigeonhole of only being a spot-up shooter.
"I want to show coaches I can create my own shot and get to the rack," the 6-foot-3 guard said.
Bell said he doesn't have a top five yet but hopes to have one before school starts in August.
"I had planned on committing early but since I had a good Peach Jam and hopefully I have a good tournament in Orlando, I'm thinking about waiting. But hopefully I'll sign in November."