No Need for FSU to Worry

Davin Bellamy spent this past Saturday in Athens taking in his second Georgia Bulldog game this season, but he said the FSU Nation has nothing to worry about.

"Yeah, I was at Georgia again Saturday, but I just went with some friends for the game and to have fun," Davin Bellamy told Scout. "I am not really looking at UGA or anything because I am all Florida State. FSU has nothing to worry about."

Bellamy chose FSU over Georgia, Vanderbilt, and numerous other schools back in August and he has not wavered in his commitment.

"I am FSU all the way. They are perfect for me and I feel I am a perfect fit for them.

"My relationship with the coaches there is so strong, I have bonded with them so well, the coaches have been so honest with me, and I love how I will have the chance to compete for early playing time on the defensive line.

"Everything has just lined up perfectly for me there and I am a strong FSU commitment."

The 6-foot-5, 225 pound defensive end at Chamblee High School is proud to let everyone know he is a Seminole too.

He wears garnet and gold every Friday night.

"I had the FSU skull cap on Friday night because it was a little colder, but I usually wear a FSU hat. I put it on between each series because I do not want anyone to wonder which school I will be signing with in February. Everyone needs to know it is FSU."

The Chamblee Bulldogs hosted the Marist Eagles this past Friday and late in the game, the Marist student section started the 'Warchant' and Bellamy cracked a smile even though his team was down 24-0.

"It is cool to hear the other school's fans doing that. My head was in the game, but I couldn't help but to look back at them and thank them for that.

"I will be hearing a lot of that in Tallahassee and I am excited about that," Bellamy said.

The four-star plans to be at FSU for the Florida game on November 24 and then he will return for his official visit in January.

Chad Simmons is currently a National Recruiting Analyst for FOX Sports/Scout. He started with Scout in 2003 and then moved on to another Recruiting Service from 2004-2008 before returning to Scout the first of 2009 to become South Recruiting Manager.
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