Blessed with size and power, LeVeon Bell packs a punch. He uses a stiff arm as if he were wielding a club. Bell displays not only power and brute force, he has the ability to make defenders miss. A rare quality for a man of his size. He is an effective receiver who can act as as a safety valve for his quarterback. On special teams, he can return kicks. Against Georgia, he displayed skill as a blocker on the opening kickoff of the second half. With a vicious block during the return, Bell placed a Georgia player squarely on his back. In pass protection, Bell does a nice job of recognizing and picking up the blitz. In addition to the game against Georgia., Bell proved to be a considerable load for Wisconsin as well. Although he shared the backfield with Edwin Baker, Bell still put up impressive numbers:
948 Yards Rushing and 13 Touchdowns.
35 Receptions For 267 Yards.
I see Bell as an option for The Rams in rounds 3-5. SJAX could return in 2013, and Pead could prove to be a solid
three down back, but I would still draft LeVeon Bell. His power, versatility, and three down capability would be
effective in this power offense.