Generals Hoping Bell Propels Them to Playoffs

By Zellen, Peter | The Florida Times Union, August 25, 1996 | Go to article overview

Generals Hoping Bell Propels Them to Playoffs


Zellen, Peter, The Florida Times Union


The Lee High School football team knew it had something special

in Atrews Bell the first time he touched the ball.

As a freshman in 1993, the Lee coaches threw Bell into a game

as part of the punt return team. Less than a minute later he ran

right by them while returning the ball 80 yards for a touchdown.

Although his position has changed, his importance to the

Generals has not. Now as a quarterback, Lee players, coaches and

fans are hoping Bell's arm will propel the Generals to a state

title game -- which they fell one game short of last season in a

31-7 loss to Bolles in the Class 4A semifinals.

Last season, Bell completed 64-of-119 passes and amassed 1,283

yards during the regular season -- an average of 20 yards per

completion.

That average was even higher in the playoffs as Bell totaled

268 yards on just 10 completions.

Second-year coach Ed Barrett has not let those numbers go

unnoticed. Although a big fan of the Wing-T offense, Barrett has

said he would open up the offense in order to give more work to

the 6-foot-2, 200-pound Bell.

"I'm hoping they'll let me throw more, but they tell me that

every year," Bell said with a smile. "It's frustrating not to

throw the ball as much as I would like, but that's fine.

"I would rather throw the ball 10 times a game and win 14 games

than throw it 20 to 25 times a game and lose. …

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