3. Malcolm Bell, NCCU (2013-2016)
He didn’t put up the biggest numbers, but Malcolm Bell earned his spot on this list by being a big-time player when it mattered most. The Richmond, VA native came down to play for Henry Frazier, but he was gone before Bell ever took a snap in 2013. He stuck around, and for the next three years, the MEAC championship ran through Durham.
Bell is ranked second in school history in passing with 6,340 yards, second in total offense with 7,844 yards. He also ran for over 1,500 yards. His best season came as a senior in 2016 when he passed for 2,431 yards and 17 touchdowns while finishing sixth in rushing with 575 yards. But the most important number are his 24-10 record as a a starter and three championships, including one outright in 2016.
Memory: The 2016 Aggie-Eagle Classic was Malcolm Bell’s best game. He was sharp passing and his legs kept the Aggie defense off-balance.