Belton, Texas, three-star weakside defensive end William Bell is out eating for the first time this evening. That’s because he’s had a very long day visiting with coaches.
“Coach Mallory from Oklahoma State was here, coach Henderson from Kansas was here and then we had a few coaches from TCU come by, too,” his father, Dwayne Holly, said. “He was really hungry, so he decided to run out and get something to eat.
“Talking to all these coaches really makes him hungry.”
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Bell was originally scheduled to visit Kansas this weekend, but he’s switched things around. He’s scheduled now to visit Oklahoma State this weekend, and Kansas the weekend after that. However, that could all change.
“That weekend for the KU visit is a national SAT test weekend,” his father said. “And he needs to be there to take that test, so he might no go up there. He probably will try to re-schedule.”
Bell has already visited Missouri, Arizona State and TCU. His father said no team has yet to grab the lead in the battle to land the nation’s No. 23 weakside defensive end.