Friday, August 3, 2012

Jordan Bell Calls UConn 'Dream School'

Jordan Bell, a 6-foot-7, Class of 2013 power forward out of California, loves him some UConn.


"Yes, yes I would commit (if offered by UConn)."
Bell is a 6'7 power forward from California who holds offers from several Division 1 college programs, including: Alabama, St. John's, Texas, San Diego State, Hawaii, Memphis, Virginia Tech, San Jose State, San Francisco, Nevada, Oklahoma, and every Pac-12 program besides Utah and Stanford. 
His game is based on timing, athleticism, and grit. Jordan is an exceptional rebounder and shot-blocker, and is a tough mismatch for opposing teams because of how well he runs the floor for a post player.
So what makes a kid from Long Beach so attracted to going to school on the opposite coast? The UConn tradition.
"UConn is my dream school. They have a great coaching staff, I love their defense, and their offensive sets. Plus school-wise and academically -- it's just a great school," he said. 
Ah yes, the whole "dream school" thing. We've heard that before. But it seems Bell is pretty high on UConn, and would seem to be a great fit in Storrs.



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