He really doesn't care to talk about it. Just watch the tape.
Seminoles land Georgia DE Davin Bellamy
Florida State received another commitment this past weekend when Chamblee (Ga.) High DE Davin Bellamy (6-4, 235) picked the Seminoles over Vanderbilt, as well as state schools Georgia and Georgia Tech.
Bellamy, however, said he is still going to be taking visits, and his FSU commitment seems not as strong as one might think.
He told theAtlanta Journal-Constitution: "I will be visiting schools I wasn't able to get to this summer because of distance. I want to take all my visits because you only get to go through this one time. I will never be a 17-year-old recruit again."
When asked why he chose Florida State, Bellamy told the AJC, "I just felt like I had to make a decision to go with the school that would be better for my career and help my chances of going pro. I thought Florida State could do that for me."
Plant's Paris Bostick to Georgia
Tampa Plant safety Paris Bostick committed to Georgia on Monday, making it three Plant players to commit to the Bulldogs during the past three years. Bostick picked Georgia over Arkansas.
Bostick is the third Plant player to commit to an NCAA Division I-A school for the 2013 class, joining OL Richy Klepal, who is committed to FSU; and LB Mitchell Wright, who is committed to USF.
•Hollywood Chaminade RB Myles Graham has committed to Indiana.
•UCF recently offered UF freshman Dante Fowler's brother, Donterio Fowler, a junior at St. Petersburg Northeast.
•Sanford Seminole ATH Jerlarius "E.A." Watkins has narrowed his list of colleges to five: Louisville, South Alabama, Purdue, Marshall and Utah State.
•Miramar RB D'Vontis Arnold, a late qualifier, has taken advantage of an open-scholarship opportunity at West Virginia and signed with the Mountaineers.Chris Hays is the Sentinel's recruiting coverage coordinator and can be reached at email@example.com. Follow us on Twitter at @Os_Recruiting and Facebook at Orlando Sentinel Recruiting and now on Pinterest at Orlando Recruiting.