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Uncommitted recruit Davin Bellamy posts a picture of himself and a bong

Graham Watson
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It’s two days before national signing day and that means pictures of recruits doing stupid things should be coming fast and furious.

Last week, we saw Laquan Treadwell post an ill-advised picture of a fan of $100 bills, which prompted Ole Miss coach Hugh Freeze to call out some folks on Twitter, and today we see defensive end recruit Davin Bellamy posted a picture of himself – with a group of people – and a bong.

Yes, a device used for smoking illegal drugs (unless you're in Washington or Colorado).

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Bellamy deleted the picture shortly after it was posted, but of course someone grabbed it and posted it all over the Internet.

This picture was taken during Bellamy’s official visit to Oregon. That’s him in the green jacket with the yellow Nike logo. We will note that we have no proof he even used the bong, but just being in the picture with it is stupid. Check that… Being in a picture with it AND posting it on Twitter is stupid.

According to Rivals.com, Bellamy is a 3-star recruit from Chamblee, Ga. He was a Florida State commit before they changed their coaching staff. He also likes Georgia and Tennessee.

It seems like Oregon was just a token visit. See what I did there?

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H/T SB Nation

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