Draft Scout Snapshot:DS Rating on 9-1-10: #14 ILB, #232/750 Overall, 7-FA 2010: Started all but one game at linebacker ... named to the All-MAC first team defense ... earned the Ring of Honor team award ... elected as a co-captain by his teammates ... named MAC West Division Defensive Player of the Week for performance against Hampton (9/2) ... 11 tackles, including a tackle for loss ... has five 10-plus tackle games (Hampton, Northwestern, Northern Illinois, Western Michigan and Toledo) ... injured his ankle in the first quarter at Temple (9/9) ... recorded an interception and a sack in loss at Northwestern (9/25) ... recovered a fumble in loss against Miami (10/16) ... posted a season-high 14 tackles in loss at Northern Illinois (10/23) ... finished second on the team in tackles (90) and third in tackles for loss (seven)...2009: All-MAC first team selection co-captain named CMU's Defensive Player of the Year ... led the team in total tackles and tackles for loss named MAC West Division Defensive Player of the Week after tallying 10 tackles, including two tackles for loss and a sack, against Eastern Michigan (10/10) 2008: All-MAC first team selection named CMUs defensive player of the year and most valuable linebacker led the MAC and ranked fourth nationally with 11.4 tackles per game collected at least 11 tackles in 10 games 2007: Starter in all 14 games at middle linebacker finished with a CMU freshman record 102 tackles including 45 solo seven tackles for a loss including one sack forced one fumble and recovered two fumbles snared two interceptions posted at least seven tackles in a game nine times.
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Draft Scout Nick Bellore News
08/29/12 - LB Nick Bellore, who moonlighted at fullback, appears to be turning back into a linebacker. Bellore saw plenty of reps at fullback this summer and even changed his uniform number to 48, but he was once again wearing no. 54 during the Jets' practice Tuesday.
08/19/12 - LB Nick Bellore may also get a chance to become a two-way player. Bellore got some fullback reps during training camp and also put in additional practice time with Anthony Lynn, the Jets' running backs coach.