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Brandon Bell
Brandon  Bell


Mays Landing, N.J.

High School:

Height / Weight:
6-1 / 231



H.S. Coach:
Chuck Smith



Penn State Falls in TaxSlayer Bowl to Georgia 24-17

Quarterback Trace McSorley came in to throw for 142 yards and two touchdowns vs. Bulldogs


Penn State at Temple - Post-game Notes (Sept. 5, 2015)

Lynch gains 78 yards rushing, scores first touchdown of 2015


Penn State-Temple: Post-Game Notes (Sept. 5, 2015)

Lynch gains 78 yards rushing, scores first touchdown of 2015


Penn State at Ohio State Clash Set for Primetime

Nittany Lions and Buckeyes meet under the lights Oct. 17 on ABC, ESPN or ESPN2 for the fourth-straight season


Nittany Lion Football Announces Leadership Council

Leadership Council consists of 25 players and will be a voice for the team


Temple 27, Penn State 10

Penn State falls to Temple.


Penn State Football vs. Akron - 9/6/14

The Nittany Lions opened the home portion of their 2014 schedule against the Akron Zips at Beaver Stadium Sept. 6, 2014.


Penn State @ Wisconsin

Penn State @ Wisconsin

  • After making a career-high 47 stops in 2015, the talented and instinctive Bell will again be looked to for major contributions from his SAM linebacker post in 2015.
  • After appearing in 10 games during his true freshman season, Bell started 10 games and appeared in 11 contests during his sophomore campaign.
  • Corralled his first career interception in a return to his home state, picking off Rutgers’ quarterback Gary Nova in the fourth quarter for the fourth of five interceptions for the Nittany Lions in the 13-10 come-from-behind victory.
  • His 71 career stops during his first two seasons rank fifth among returning defenders, while his 7.0 tackles for loss are fourth among the veterans.
  • Bell is one of 14 returnees from New Jersey.

    ➤ 2014 ➤ Sophomore Season
    Appeared in 11 games with 10 starts at outside linebacker…Ranked sixth on the team with 47 tackles (23 solo) and fourth with 7.0 tackles for loss (minus-43)…Added two sacks (minus-17), three pass breakups and one interception on the year…Was a main cog in a defense that held 11 of 13 opponents to under 300 yards of total offense and limited nine opponents to 20 or fewer points in regulation. UCF (8/30): Started the year with one tackle for loss in the Croke Park Classic in Dublin, Ireland. Akron (9/6): Made two tackles, including 0.5 tackle for loss. At Rutgers (9/13): Pulled in his first career interception with a diving effort in the fourth quarter…Added one solo tackle…The interception was one of five Nittany Lion picks…Helped hold Rutgers to just three first downs and 95 yards in a scoreless second half. UMass (9/20): Came away with his first career sack…Made three total tackles…Efforts in the middle of the defensive line helped the Nittany Lions hold the Minutemen to just three yards rushing, the lowest total allowed by Penn State since 2007 against Notre Dame (zero rushing yards). Northwestern (9/27): Registered two tackles. At Michigan (10/11): Made three stops. Ohio State (10/25): Piled up a career-best 13 tackles for his first career double-digit tackle performance...His 7-yard sack of Ohio State’s J.T. Barrett helped force a Buckeye punt late in the third quarter…Helped hold Ohio State to 17 points and 256 yards in regulation. Maryland (11/1): Chipped in five tackles, including one tackle for loss (minus-10)…Assisted the defensive effort to hold the Terrapins to just 194 yards of total offense, the fewest yards of total offense allowed by Penn State to a Big Ten opponent since Minnesota (138 yards) in 2009. At Indiana (11/8): Recorded six stops (five solo), including two TFL…Helped boost a defense that held the then-nation’s leading rusher, Tevin Coleman, to just 71 yards…Helped the Nittany Lions shut out the Indiana offense, as the Hoosiers scored their fewest points at home since 2006, via a defensive touchdown. Temple (11/15): Extended his streak to four straight games with a TFL with 0.5 tackle for loss…Accounted for five tackles and one pass breakup to help Penn State become bowl eligible…Helped the defense hold Temple to eight first downs, the fewest for a Penn State opponent since Indiana State posted eight in 2011. At Illinois (11/22): Did not play. Michigan State (11/29): Did not play. Boston College (12/27): Made four tackles (two solo) in his return at the New Era Pinstripe Bowl at Yankee Stadium.

    ➤ 2013 ➤ True Freshman Season
    Awards: Named to the Big Ten All-Freshman Team. Season: Appeared in 10 games with one start…Was one of 12 true freshmen to make their debut and four true freshmen to make their first start during the season…Tallied 24 tackles (14 solo), one forced fumble and one interception…Finished tied for third on the team with six special teams tackles. Eastern Michigan (9/7): Made his collegiate debut…Posted two tackles. Kent State (9/21): Contributed one tackle. At Ohio State (10/26): Made five tackles (two solo). At Minnesota (11/9): Tallied one tackle. Purdue (11/16): Posted three stops. Nebraska (11/23): Logged a season-high six tackles…Forced his first career fumble...Forced a fumble by Cornhusker quarterback Ron Kellogg III on a third-and-goal from the 1-yard line, which was recovered by the Huskers and held them to only a field goal. At Wisconsin (11/30): Made his first career start…Equaled his season-high with six tackles (four solo)…Made the hit on Wisconsin quarterback Joel Stave on C.J. Olaniyan’s interception in the third quarter, which set up a field goal in the 31-24 victory.

    ➤ High School
    A four-year letterman as a two-way player at Oakcrest High School, playing for head coach Chuck Smith…Was a standout at linebacker and running back for the Falcons…Accumulated 309 tackles and over 1,000 yards rushing in his career…Selected first-team All-Cape Atlantic League, first-team All-Atlantic City Press and second-team All-South Jersey as a senior…Recorded 112 tackles, two sacks, four forced fumbles and an interception during his senior season…As a junior, made 117 stops, 22 tackles for loss and three sacks, while gaining 429 rushing yards and five touchdowns…Tallied nine sacks to highlight a 68-tackle sophomore season…Added 455 rushing yards and seven touchdowns…Was rated a three-star prospect coming out of high school by, and

    ➤ Personal
    Full name is Brandon JaMarr Bell…Son of Eric and Monica Bell…Has one brother, Keenan, and one sister, Erica...Enjoys playing basketball…Plans to major in communications and is interested in pursuing a career in public relations, advertising or film…Born January 9, 1995 in Mays Landing, N.J.

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