Locked and Loaded Recruit of the Week Scouting Notes: Bell is the top prospect in the class and one of the fastest offensive skill players in the class. The Virginia native quickly signed with Texas. He should be the next great running back at Texas and he should be very dangerous on offense and special teams. The A stamina and his size at 221 show he can be an every down back. Ohio State and Florida State coaches couldn't even offer a scholarship before Bell signed on the dotted line. The only concerns on Bell are his catching (D-) and blocking. He may not be a good third down and long back for those reasons. Role Next Season: Bell's role will depend on whether current Texas star back Kemp goes pro. Kemp is expected to leave early, which would leave Bell with a shot at the starting job next fall. He is expected to enroll early so he can participate in spring practice. Recruiting Battle of the Week Scouting Notes: The first thing that jumps out is his speed. He posted a 4.32 per scouting reports and was graded an A in that category. He also has good size at 6'3 and adds to that with decent jumping ability (B-). He also has good hands (B-) and route running, but he needs to improve in other areas. Scouts gave Tate a C- grade in catching passes in traffic and making difficult catches. He also has very limited skills in terms of breaking tackles. Who will win: The Calafornia prospect likely ends up with Coach Perry at UCLA but watch out for Oklahoma. Coach Twist has been a great recruiter for Oklahoma and bagged more prospects than anyone last season. USC needs to hope Tate holds out for the week 7 visit, but I do not foresee that happening.