Enough said? Close, but Hamilton says more.
"The colors, the team, the records, the tradition, the coaches, everything is good there," he continued with his review of his future school and its football program. "I'm telling you, I just love it all."
Hamilton said it came down to staying inside the state for him.
"It was going to be either Ole Miss or Mississippi State," he said. "I can't say it was an easy decision, but it wasn't that tough either. Really, a lot of schools wanted me, but it was Ole Miss that was always at the top. And now they are over the top."
Hamilton looks forward to his senior season at Raleigh and helping his team go as far as it can, into the MHSAA playoffs as long as possible.
"My goal is to help this team and also to get better every day," he said.
"I want us to achieve a lot, and I want to personally achieve a lot. I'm going to play hard every down and never quit. I'm always going to play hard, and I'm always going to hit hard."
This year at RHS and the years after that at Ole Miss, that is.
"They can make me better than ever at Ole Miss, and I can achieve my goals there," he said. "Ole Miss is definitely the place for me."