2006: Totaled eight tackles, two of which were solo stops, and a pass breakup in 12 appearances as a reserve junior cornerback ... Registered a season-high tying two tackles vs. both Kansas State and at Texas Tech ... Lone pass breakup came against Kansas State ... Played 314 snaps to earn second letter.
2005: Baylor's No. 3 cornerback saw action in every game as a sophomore to earn his first varsity letter ... Credited with 21 tackles (13 solos), one fumble recovery, one forced fumble and a pass breakup ... 18 of 21 tackles came over season's final six games ... Recorded a career-high five tackles (three solos) at Oklahoma and vs. Nebraska (four solos) ... Also had four tackles against Texas Tech (two solos) ... Had key fourth quarter fumble recovery to preserve the Bears' 23-13 win at Iowa State ... Forced a fumble on Baylor's kickoff coverage team in season-opener at SMU ... Played 254 snaps.
2004: The redshirt freshman cornerback saw action in 10 games and recorded four tackles, three of which were solo stops, on 32 total plays.
2003: Redshirted as a true freshman.
High School: Skyline High School, Dallas, Texas ... First-team all-district cornerback finished fourth on the team with 46 tackles in 2002 ... Also credited with eight pass breakups as a senior ... Named one of the Metroplex's Top 100 prospects by the Dallas Morning News (No. 78) ... Lettered twice in both football and track for the Raiders ... Ran the 400 and 800 in track ... Prep teammate of former Bear Corey Ford ... Ranked in the Top 10 percent of his senior class ... Coached by Que Brittain at the District 10-5A school.
Personal: The son of George and Felecia Coleman, Joshua Paul Bell was born Jan. 8, 1985, in Los Angeles, Calif. ... Chemistry major.