Positive: Average-sized defensive back who defends the run well. Quick up the field, displays a closing burst to the action, and has a physical nature to his game. Possesses a better than average break to the throw, fights hard to defend passes, and works to get off blocks and make plays on ball carriers.
Negative: Marginal ball skills. Struggles to transition off the line and run with opponents.
Analysis: Bellamy has flashed skill the past three seasons yet is primarily a safety in a cornerback's body. Could have potential in a zone system if he produces on special teams."
Strengths: Bellamy has good size at corner and has NFL speed (reported 4.40). He's a physical player who can jam receivers at the LOS. He's a strong player who is solid in run support and is a sure tackler. In coverage, he's quick and has good footwork. He has a smooth backpedal and can turn and run with the receiver. Bellamy is a hard-worker who is a good teammate.
Weaknesses: Despite his size and speed, he's not much of a splash player. He has failed to record an interception since his freshman year. He lost his starting role at safety as a junior as a result of inconsistent play on the field. Doesn't seem to have a great feel for the game, lacking ball skills and natural football instincts. Plays too tentatively at times.
Projection: Bellamy is a player who shows some special skills at times, and then disappears for long stretches. He's a guy who will frustrate scouts because he has the tools, but doesn't seem to know what to do with them. He's likely a very late draft pick, but more likely a priority free agent who could provide a nice return on a small investment."