The local NFF chapter selected Bell to be a part of this prestigious group.
Later this month, Bell's name, high school, NFF chapter and photo will be on display at a special kiosk in the College Football Hall of Fame in Atlanta, GA.
The NFF has around since 1947 and promote the game of football and honor excellence on the field and in the classroom.
In December 2020, Bell sign with Lamar University to continue his football career.
During his time at Silsbee High School, Bell was named District 11-4A-DII MVP for the 2020 season as a two-way starter. He is a 3-year starter and 4-year letterman for the Tigers with nine playoff wins under his belt.
He started both ways. Bell played Offensive Line for an offense that scored over 50 points 4 times.
As a defensive lineman, he accumulated 95 tackles, 69 of which were solo tackles, 23 tackles for loss, six QB sacks, 22 QB pressures, one forced fumble, one interception, one touchdown, one blocked FG attempt and one defensive TD.