On Father’s Day, the 22-year-old Bell-Anderson was selected seventh overall in the SlamBall draft by his father, Trevor, the head coach of the Ozone who enjoyed a legendary SlamBall playing career. During Bell-Anderson’s college football career, he racked up over 75 total tackles and quickly became a star in Columbia’s secondary. During his tenure, Bell-Anderson also tallied one pick-6 along with 17 pass deflections. Playing cornerback at Dr. Phillips High School in Orlando, he helped guide the school to a 2017 Florida Class 8A state championship as a junior and state runner-up finish the season before. The well-rounded Bryan Bell-Anderson majored in architecture at Columbia and taught himself how to play the piano and saxophone. Bell-Anderson looks up to his father, Trevor, who was a SlamBall star in the 2000s, and former NBA star Grant Hill, who is a good friend and a mentor.