UGA spikes interest in DE Davin Bellamy 

May, 18, 2012
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Growing up playing two sports, Davin Bellamy (Chamblee, Ga./Chamblee) was unsure of which direction he should take. Until about two months ago, the All-State basketball player felt equally good about his chances of succeeding on the court or the gridiron. Now the decision will be easier for Bellamy.

“I love basketball, but football was my first love and getting 26 offers really helped me get over it,” Bellamy said.

He might have Rodney Garner to thank for that. Back in October, the defensive line coach and recruiting coordinator for Georgia stopped by to take in the Chamblee game against Miller Grove. Garner left at halftime, but not before giving Bellamy’s head coach a quick couple of words that would light a fire under the junior prospect.

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