"Cincinnati is my leader right now," Bellamy said. "They have really great facilities and I like my running backs coach (Roy Manning). I've been there a few times, and I feel comfortable."
Even with the Bearcats currently in the best position to land Bellamy, the three-star back doesn't plan on making a decision soon.
"I'm going to take my time with it," Bellamy said. "We'll see how my senior season goes, and I'll take official visits."
Bellamy, who was timed in the 40-yard dash at 4.39 last year at an NFTC camp, has a number of programs he plans to camp with this summer."Notre Dame, Michigan, Louisville are places I'm camping, and maybe Tennessee and Illinois," Bellamy said.
Bellamy describes himself as an all-purpose back.
"I like running it outside, but I can go in between the tackles, too," Bellamy said. "I can play it downhill. I'm pretty all-purpose."