He's got great ability for a sophomore-to-be and should only continue to improve as he gets older.
He also proves to be athletic as he doubles as a safety for the Centurion defense, where he started last year and tied his brother Scott Hamilton for the team-high three interceptions.
This upcoming season, he'll get the call to start at quarterback and should answer relatively well. In an offense that featured a dual-threat quarterback last season, it appears that more of a passing based offense will take over with Hamilton's ability to throw the ball and do so well.
If he displays some of the throws he made at Saugus Under the Lights and his receivers make the plays, he'll have a good chance to have a coming out party as a sophomore moving forward.