Joe Gaiter: Who is Byron Bell ?
Byron Bell: I am a big guy from a small town in Greenville, Texas that will hard and have some Perseverance to get to where I am today and I give it all to God.
Joe Gaiter: What NFL player plays like you do?
Byron Bell: I Think me and Michael Oher play alike. We both wear the same number and I think I have a story to tell like Michael. We play like we have a chip on our shoulder to show people that we can successful.
Joe Gaiter: What goals do you have for the NFL?
Byron Bell: Just making a team and working as hard as I can to become a better pro on the field, in the meeting room, weight room, and off the field.
Joe Gaiter: What are your hobbies off the field?
Byron Bell: Reading my Bible and going Fishing.
Joe Gaiter: How will you elevate your skills to a NFL level?
Byron Bell: Just working. Getting into the meeting rooms and talking to my teammates and coaches to learn what it takes to become a Pro in the NFL.
Joe Gaiter: What is the hardest part about playing OT?
Byron Bell: Pass Pro against fast DE I feel is the hardest for us, but with practice and good footwork we can slow them down some.
Joe Gaiter: What are your biggest strengths on the field?
Byron Bell: I feel that my run blocking is. As an OL I love to run the football so I take pride in that.
Joe Gaiter: What will you miss the most about playing at New Mexico ?
Byron Bell: Being around all my teammate on and off the field. Walking out the Lobo head every Saturday to play the great game of college football I think these two things I’m going to miss the most.
Joe Gaiter: Who has been your biggest influence in your football career?
Byron Bell: It would have to be my baby brother Isaiah Bell that passed away my Fr. year of college. It showed me to become a stronger man. With this I feel everyday in the class room, on the practice field, and the game field to work as hard as I can to remind me that life is short, and that do everything in my power in Gods plan for me to become the best person, brother, son, and football play I can be.
Joe Gaiter: How will you prove yourself on the field?
Byron Bell: Just doing the little things right. Studying my play book, talking to the vets to get some of their knowledge, and working on me craft everyday to become a great OL at the next level.