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Tatum Bell II, Son of Cowboy Great, Announces Oklahoma State Offer

The elder Bell is the ninth-leading rusher in OSU history.



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There could be another family tree rooted inside Boone Pickens Stadium.

Tatum Bell II announced on X on Thursday that he received an offer from Oklahoma State. Bell is the son of former OSU running back Tatum Bell, who is the ninth-leading rusher in OSU history and was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the second round of the 2004 NFL Draft.

It would be awhile before the younger Bell suits up in America’s Brightest Orange, though. Bell is only a sophomore as part of the class of 2026. Because it’s still so early, Bell doesn’t have any stars yet as a wide receiver prospect. He does have other offers, though, from Colorado State, Houston, TCU and Texas Tech, according to 247Sports.

As a sophomore, Bell caught 50 passes for 647 yards and seven touchdowns for Heritage High School in Frisco, Texas. At 6-foot and 180 pounds, he’s a two-sport standout, averaging 8.4 points a game for Heritage’s basketball team.

Bell attended camps at OSU in June. Marshall talked to the elder Bell after their trip to Stillwater.

“It was a good time,” the elder Bell told PFB then. “I’m big on him going to OSU. His eyes are wide open. He likes whoever likes him. But we just wanted to go down, get on OSU’s radar and just meet the coaches. Well, I know them, but let him meet the coaches. It’s not for me, it’s for him. I just wanted him to get on the radar pretty much and go from there and compete.”

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