I like his confidence but you've got to learn to walk before you can run. Don't care for a high schooler talking about being a top 10 NFL pick.
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Defensive end Davin Bellamy from Chamblee (Ga.) High School told ESPN RecruitingNation he’s still committed to Florida State, but Georgia has taken the lead for his services following an official visit to Athens.
“We have a new leader in the house,” Bellamy said. “I definitely think with this scheme and (defensive coordinator Todd) Grantham, the years he has been here, that position has led the SEC in sacks. So the proof is in the pudding. He coached (Dallas Cowboys linebacker) Demarcus Ware, so I feel like with my skill set, he can take it here and I can be like Jarvis Jones and a top-10 pick.”
So where does that leave Florida State, which has held a commitment from Bellamy since August? He’s expecting an in-home visit from FSU coach Jimbo Fisher this week.
“I am still a Florida State commitment and Jimbo Fisher is coming Wednesday to try and talk me into staying with the program,” Bellamy told ESPN. “We will see how it goes.”
Bellamy visited Tennessee on Jan. 18 and came away impressed with the Vols. But Florida State’s chief competition appears to be Georgia with 10 days to go until signing day.