Kanya Bell has missed a significant amount of time this off-season recovering from a knee injury but the four-star receiver is almost back and he's excited.
The Diamond Bar, Calif., standout said he should make his return late next month and should be ready for some summer camps and especially his senior season.
It's been a tough stretch for Bell, rated as the No. 14 receiver and the No. 131 prospect in the 2015 class by Rivals.com, but he's staying positive and is anticipating his return soon.
"I've been on spring break and hanging out," Bell said. "It's definitely getter better. We're in April right now so most likely by the end of May I'll be back on the field.
"I'll be back on the field soon so I'll get back into all that. It's going to be the best feeling. I don't want to rush it but I want to be around the environment and all that."
USC, Washington and Oregon remain the three favorites for Bell, who basically said at the recent RCS Southern California that the Trojans are out in front and that it would be no surprise if he ended up there.
The Oregon offense appeals to the Diamond Bar receiver and he said Washington continues to recruit him a lot but USC has been a childhood favorite and that's the program that stands out most in his recruitment.
Other programs are involved including Arizona State, Boise State, Nebraska, Oregon State, UCLA, Utah, Washington State and others but those three especially stand out as Bell looks to return to the field.
"It's still the same right now," Bell said. "Nothing has changed. It's still the same three schools.
"(USC) is still looking good. I'm staying in contact with the coaches and everything. They're still sending me letters."