Dillon Bell
Status:
Uncommitted
HIGH SCHOOL
ATH

Dillon Bell

Athlete
6′2″ / 210 lbs
Houston, TX
Kinkaid
Class of 2022
Rating: 86
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National Avg
Rating: 87.0
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School Preferences

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Interest
Offer
Official Visit
Duke
Medium
Houston
Medium
Minnesota
Medium
Mississippi State
Medium
North Texas
Medium
Ole Miss
Medium
Penn State
Medium
Tennessee
Medium
Toledo
Medium
Utah
Medium
Virginia Tech
Medium
Washington State
Medium
Western Kentucky
Medium
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Ryan Brauninger
1 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Two new names to watch in Houston
Been on the phone with some folks today, and it sounds like the Aggies are taking a look at a pair of names that haven't been mentioned much in terms of their efforts in greater Houston. The first is 2022 Houston Kinkaid ATH Dillon Bell. At 6-2, 210 pounds, Bell has primarily played receiver during his prep career to this point, but he could certainly project at running back or even linebacker at the next level. He's added offers from Penn State, Minnesota, and Mississippi State this month, and there are a lot of regional programs sniffing around due to his combination of size, strength, and speed. It'll be interesting to see if the Aggies do move in with an offer and, if they do, at what position. His younger brother, Micah, is a 2023 there at Kinkaid, as well and has already received offers from Baylor, Colorado, and Tennessee. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/11339996/5f790ef657976107703d2a50The other name starting to take off is 2023 Langham Creek WR Jaquaize Pettaway. The 5-11, 175 pounder looks like one of the better inside/slot receivers in the state in that class already. He holds offers from Texas, Arkansas, USC, Baylor, Oklahoma State, West Virginia, and more. He's a tough kid with big time talent. I'll be keeping an eye on A&M entering the race on this one soon, as well. https://www.hudl.com/video/3/13034527/5f9cc91bab9c950788bc186a

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