Hamilton said two other schools are currently in his top three.
"The other two that I'll visit for sure are Michigan and Miami," he said. "At Michigan, they're saying the same thing. They told me I'm the No. 1 running back they're recruiting. People call me the L-Train and Michigan told me they used to have a player that is now with the Bears that went by A-Train. That's kinda cool. And Miami, everything's good there. I'm trying to schedule a visit. They basically talk to me about my season, how good a running back they think I am, and getting me in there for a visit. I told them I'm definitely coming for a visit."
So what does Hamilton see in his future at Miami, if he'd be a bigger Smith at Oregon and the L-Train at Michigan?
"At Miami, I'd be the next Lynell Hamilton," he said laughing. "Miami's a big time school. I watched them a little bit against Florida State and they look real good. They always seem to have great running backs there."
Hamilton shared a story about how he first found out that Miami was recruiting him. "It was my junior year and my coach said that Miami was interested," he said. "I was like 'Damn, are you for real'. I couldn't believe it and then they called me later that month. I talk to them quite a bit now. Plus, they have already offered me."
After those three, Hamilton said he's unsure about the final two visits.
"Naw man," he said. "The only way that happens is if things don't work out with the ones I'm looking at now."
So what about the possibility of traveling across country to attend college?
"It would be no problem to me," he said. "I'll go anywhere that I feel comfortable and I'll know where that's at after my visits. My parents say they don't care if I leave because they'll always be watching me on TV and stuff like that."