Bell playing the process slowly

Round Rock (Texas) Stony Point running back Cameron Bell is not one to rush the recruiting process.
The 6-foot-1, 210-pounder, who is being recruited at a variety of different spots, has picked up two scholarship offers from New Mexico State and UTEP. However, Bell is also hearing from Missouri, Nebraska, Texas, Oklahoma State, Kansas, Kansas State, and LSU. The next one could be around the corner.
"If I had to guess who may be third to offer, I'd say it would either be Nebraska or Kansas," Bell said. "Both of those schools are showing me a lot of love with personalized letters and calling me in May. I can't forget about UTEP or New Mexico State either though, they're also still on me hard since the offer."
Bell says there really isn't a favorite at this point. He recently took visits to LSU for an unofficial trip and one to Texas for their mini-camp. Bell is also planning to attend LSU's camp in July.
"Neither school has said much to be about an offer, but I'm not trying to push that either," Bell said. "I only went up to visit LSU and not camp, so we just saw the school and didn't talk much about an offer."
November or early December is when the talented runner plans to make his commitment.
"I can't really say anything about a leader or a favorite yet," he said. "I just don't know right now."
Most schools are recruiting Bell as a running back, but some are recruiting him at linebacker.