The Dawgs have been on Bellamy's radar for some time. He grew up following UGA and he took a long up-close look at their program this weekend.
"I got to see it all, but the presentation Todd Grantham put on for me was the best. He put on an excellent presentation about what he has done with outside linebackers at Georgia. He showed me film of Justin Houston, Jarvis Jones, and players like that. He showed me how one of his guys have led the SEC in sacks since he has been there and it was great to see."
There has been some talk about Bellamy's interest in playing in Georgia's 3-4 scheme and if he wanted to make that move to outside linebacker from defensive end. He has no concern with playing that position.
"I really do not care anymore if I play in a 3-4 or a 4-3. I want to go to the school that can help me the most and that can make me the best player I can be. I do not mind if I play defensive end or outside linebacker. I just want to get on the field and have a chance to make an impact."
If the defense is not a factor, what is for this 6-foot-5, 225 pound four-star out of Chamblee, Ga.?
"It is all trust and who I feel I can trust the most," he said. "I will go to the school I feel I can trust will put me in the best position to be successful. That is what it will come down to."
For now, Bellamy remains an FSU commitment, but Georgia and Tennessee have been coming on strong.
"Right now, Georgia and Tennessee are my top two. I am still committed to Florida State, but those are my top two today. I just have to keep thinking on things."
Bellamy was scheduled to visit North Carolina State next weekend, but that visit has been cancelled. He could visit another school, but the visit has not been set up yet.
Scout expects Bellamy to announce his final decision on or around signing day.