Le'Veon Bell faced some tough challenges. He had a single mom. Money was tight. Yet his hardest challenge was how easily football came to him. It was so easy, he didn't have to work to win games. As a high school player, he realized top schools weren't looking at him. He knew he had to change his strategy. He began working harder at the game. It paid off. He was chosen by Michigan State University. Today he plays for the Pittsburgh Steelers, his family's favorite team. He's one of the best running backs in the country.