Professional football player Markquese Bell plays safety for the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League. He weighs 93 kg, and his height is 1.9 meters. His high school football career was spent at Bridgeton High School. In favor of Maryland, where he was a four-star prospect right out of high school, he turned down offers to play collegiate football at Ohio State, Rutgers, and Virginia.
For his first semester of collegiate study, he enrolled early in the Maryland squad. He was suspended before his freshman season began due to a violation of the team’s code of conduct. He subsequently dropped out of school without ever suiting up for a Terrapins game. He later changed schools and played the 2018 season at Coffeyville Community College, where he had 52 tackles and two interceptions.
After the season, he changed schools to Florida A&M to use up the rest of his collegiate eligibility. He participated in Florida’s Florida A&M Rattlers football team while there. He received First-Team All-MEAC honors in 2019 and First-Team All-SWAC honors in 2021. On May 1, 2022, Bell signed a non-drafted free agent contract with the Dallas Cowboys. After training camp, he was added to the Cowboys’ 53-man active roster.
How Much Does Markquese Bell Make?
Markquese Bell makes $705,000 as his base salary from the Dallas Cowboys.