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.
LeVeon Bell Should Be Considered For The 2013 Draft.
Yes. He could be a viable option in round 3-5. (22 votes)
No. The Rams drafted Pead. The O-Line needs more attention. (15 votes)
37 total votes