SAN ANTONIO (WLFI) -- David Bell, a 4-star wide receiver from Warren Central High School in Indianapolis, will play football for Purdue University next year. Bell chose Purdue Saturday over offers from Ohio State, Indiana, Penn State and Iowa.
David Bell (@TheRealDBell_) is a Boilermaker!
Bell picks Purdue over Ohio State, Penn State, Iowa and Indiana. pic.twitter.com/PtomO7B1px
— Andrew Pogar (@AndrewPogar) January 5, 2019
Bell was named Gatorade Indiana Player of the Year, and was runner-up for IndyStar Mr. Football this year. He led Warren Central to the 2018 State Championship title. He was the No. 1 ranked player in Indiana and No. 70 nationally.
Bell, along with fellow Purdue-commits George Karlaftis (5-star, DE) and Kyle Bilodeau (4-star, TE) are in San Antonio for the All-American Bowl, a game between the top 100 best high school football players in the United States.
He finished with 4467 receiving yards and 57 total touchdowns during his time at Warren Central.
2019 coming in STRONG ��
— Purdue Football (@BoilerFootball) January 5, 2019
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