Marcus Bell
Marcus  Bell

Director of High School Relations

Alma Mater:
Memphis, 2010


Postgame Notes


Memphis Football: Inside the Tigers' Winter/Summer Workouts

Get ready for your 2014 Memphis Tigers football season with this behind-the-scenes look at the team's winter and summer workouts.

Don't miss the 2014 season opener on August 30 when the Tigers host Austin Peay at 6 PM at the Liberty Bowl!


Memphis Football Completes Final Two-A-Day Practice

The University of Memphis football team wrapped-up its final day of two-a-day practices on Wednesday. Head coach Justin Fuente talks about the final two-a-day practice.


Memphis Football Preseason Camp - First Day in Full Pads

The Tigers suited up in full pads for the first time today in preparation for two-a-days starting tomorrow.

Memphis opens up the 2013 season hosting Duke on September 7.


Memphis Football Preseason Camp - Day Two

Day two of preseason camp is in the books for the Memphis Tigers football team and it was another scorcher. Watch highlights and interviews from day two right here on the Memphis Tiger Network.


Memphis Football Preseason Camp - Day One

The Memphis football team opened up their preseason camp today. Check out some highlights from the first day and hear from junior DB Bobby McCain and head coach Justin Fuente.

Marcus Bell, who is in his sixth year working with the University of Memphis football program, is in his second season as Tiger Football's Director of High School Relations.

Bell was part of the Memphis program's 2014 run which included the first conference title since 1971 and a victory in the inaugural Miami Beach Bowl. The Tigers equaled a season record for victories set in 1938 as the team went 10-3, winning their last seven games of the season.

A former Tiger, Bell played in 42 career games and made 20 starts on defense. Bell lettered from 1997-2000 and was the Tigers' fifth-leading tackler as a senior, logging 60 stops and four sacks. For his efforts in 2000, he was named to the All-Conference USA first team.

In his career, Bell totaled 209 tackles, including 135 solo stops and 10 sacks. He was named C-USA Defensive Player of the Week twice during his career.

Bell was one of three Tigers defenders selected in the 2001 NFL Draft. He was a fourth-round pick of the Arizona Cardinals. Bell played seven seasons in the league -- three years each with Arizona and Detroit before playing his final season with the New York Giants -- and logged 165 tackles, three forced fumbles and six pass breakups in 86 games played.

Bell returned to Memphis following his NFL career and earned his bachelor's degree in 2010.

A native of Memphis, Tenn., Bell played both offensive and defensive tackle at Kingsbury High. In the summer, Bell teams with former Tigers Reggie Howard, Mike McKenzie and DeAngelo Williams for the Phenomenal 4 Super Sports Charity weekend that includes a football camp for over 350 kids from the Memphis community free of charge.

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