Tucson Sugar Skulls

Tucson Signs Receivers Jamal Bell, Chris Jackson and Tyrin Ralph

February 23, 2024 - Indoor Football League (IFL)
Tucson Sugar Skulls News Release

The Tucson Sugar Skulls have signed three wide receivers for the 2024 season. They officially bring in Jamal Bell, Chris Jackson, and Tyrin Ralph to their wide receiver room.

Jamal Bell enters his first season with the Tucson Sugar Skulls and in the IFL in 2024.

Bell played in 36 games during his four-year career at Louisiana Lafayette from 2018-2022. In those games, he recorded 43 receptions for 523 yards and two touchdowns. Before his time at Louisiana, the wideout played one season at Tyler Junior College. Bell attended Brownsboro High School in Brownsboro, Texas.

Chris Jackson joins the Sugar Skulls for his first season in the IFL in 2024.

The first-year pro attended BYU from 2020-2022 and hauled in ten catches for 61 yards throughout his career. Jackson also amassed 59 yards on 14 carries at the running back position. He transferred to Hawaii for a brief stint during his final collegiate season. Before enrolling at Brigham Young, Jackson starred at Mt. San Antonio Junior College where he was a three-star prospect and the 31st-ranked wide receiver in the JUCO ranks.

A Pomona, California native, Jackson went to Pomona High School where he graduated in 2016.

Tyrin Ralph enters his first season in the IFL and for the Sugar Skulls in 2024.

The skilled wideout played 44 games from 2016 to 2021 at Arkansas at Pine Bluff. In those contests, he amassed 148 receptions for 1,515 yards and had 7 receiving touchdowns. In 2019, he led the SWAC in punt returns averaging 10.5 yards on 14 attempts while averaging nearly 28 yards on nine kickoff returns.

Ralph is from New Orleans, La., and attended Edna Karr High School.

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