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Former Clemson RB to enter NFL draft

by Tony Crumpton - Associate Editor - Thursday, January 23, 2014 9:25 AM
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Pos: RB   Height: 5-10   Weight: 175   Hometown: Nocatee, FL (Charlotte HS)  
Years Played: 2011
According to his personal facebook, former Clemson RB Mike BellamyMike Bellamy
Running Back (2011)
#5 5-10, 175
Nocatee, FL

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will try to enter the 2014 NFL draft.

In 2013, Bellamy played for Fort Valley State and rushed for 152 yards on 45 carries.

Collegiate destinations for Bellamy have included Clemson, East Mississippi Community College, Eastern Arizona College, and the aforementioned Fort Valley State.

Going to try my luck in the N.F.L daft this year till under a 4.32.... lol not lucky just gifted #thankgod


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FB Update: Former Clemson RB to enter NFL draft
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Re: FB Update: Former Clemson RB to enter NFL draft
74TIGER
the raiders will draft him based on his speed alone. lol***
tigerinkvillenc®
Rhodes scholar***
franc1968
it's really too bad he squandered his obvious talent for
tigerinkvillenc®
Four different schools in as many years is very telling
BigCUFan®
thanks for posting the same info that was in the article. ;)***
tigerinkvillenc®
Never let it be said that I didn't do the least I could do***
BigCUFan®
Actually I think it was only 3 years
PenthouseTiger
Who?***
mikeyT®
What could've been***
Hi Cotton Tigger
He's probably thinking the same thing***
BigCUFan®
Is that Roscoe??***
MC Tiger
Re: Is that Roscoe??***
armsb
What could've been with this kid...so much talent***
Tigerfansince1972®
Re: What could've been with this kid...so much talent***
babaganoush
Re: What could've been with this kid...so much talent***
franc1968
Re: What could've been with this kid...so much talent***
lhaselden
He coulda been a contender ...***
apextiger®
I wish him all the luck.
TigerEric35®
I wish him self discipline....
franc1968
45 carries for 152 yards and NO TD's....
BigCUFan®
Re: Fort Valley has put several in NFL
peanut
Yep, but were they 4th on the team in Rushing?
greene
Re: There are not many who can do that.***
peanut
Do what? Make the NFL with meager stats? My point exactly***
greene
when I read the post subject, I knew who it would be,,,,,***
ragtop
This Will Be Interesting ----
Xander5000
Re: FB Update: Former Clemson RB to enter NFL draft
ash4trek
Re: FB Update: Former Clemson RB to enter NFL draft
92TigerJohn
If Bryce Brown can get a chance and make it after all his
TigerD4Him
Might need to have a little success on the field too, but...
greene
HAHAHAHA! Sorry dude - 3.37 yards per carry - fast but dumb***
tatertot3
No need to return for his Senior season...
greene
What senior season? He's played at four colleges in four yr
AllTimeClemson
He never actually played at EMCC
BigCUFan®
FVSU website had him listed as a Junior. Don't know.***
greene
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awoffordterrier®
"illusions" of grandeur??? I think you meant delusions.
cornstock®
I think it is both!***
awoffordterrier®
I wish him the best of luck.
ClemsonTiger1988®
Maybe he'll catch on in the CFL or Arena League
PenthouseTiger
Only chance is if he's learned to catch the ball and run
WEOWNUSC
Punt return if he's learned not to fumble***
PenthouseTiger
Liked Mike, but what a waste of talent imo...still probably
lightbulbbill®
Re: FB Update: Former Clemson RB to enter NFL draft
TigerFan46
Canada, here he comes
gat1ger
Re: FB Update: Former Clemson RB to enter NFL draft
allorangeallthetime52®
He's not a Clemson player anymore. Who cares.
TigerBry83
Obviously the boy is still fogging up the hotel bathroom
coachmac
Yeah, that pot's really terrible. I've never seen a high
tigerberg®
Does he have to resign as Mayor of Clemson? *****
ReallyJoelShaw
Dude was a Hokie killer***
clemchem


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