Check out the photos and scouting report of Olympia safety Corain Hamilton below…
Florida safety has 2 trips in mind
Corian Hamilton talked about his senior season. "The season is going good, we are 5 and 1. I am doing better, I started off slow. I am close to breaking the record for interceptions. My three years on varsity I have 21 interceptions and this year I have 4 or 5, one of those." Hamilton, 6-foot-1 and 210 pounds, says six schools are still calling him. "West Virginia, USF, Michigan State, Purdue, Illinois and Rutgers called," he said. Hamilton took an official visit to WVU recently and talked about it. "I went on an official to West Virginia. It was a great atmosphere. The weather was perfect. I went to the game, hung out with the coaches and teammates. I took a tour around the school, it was great. I went when they played UNLV, so I think it was last weekend. I fit multiple positions in their defense." Next up, he says, are a few other trips North. "I am going to take my other officials when depending on when my parents can get off of work. I know for sure I want to see Rutgers and Michigan State. It's wide open. I don't have a top college." The standout safety prospect, who claims a 2.9 GPA and an 18 ACT score, talked about what he's looking for in a school. "I am looking for sports administration and sports management. The major is really important."
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