2010 (Sophomore): Hamilton is a part of a deep receiving group and is expected to be a big part of the offense. His speed coupled with one of the best set of hands on the team make him a huge vertical threat. He started for the Red team in the Red-White Spring Game and had a 44-yard touchdown reception from Brandon Mitchell. In the April 3 scrimmage, he had four catches for 145 yards with touchdowns covering 19, 32 and 59 yards. In three scrimmages and the spring game combined, he had 10 catches for 215 yards and four TDs.
2009 (Freshman): He played in all 13 games with a start at No. 1 Florida. Hamilton had 19 catches for 347 yards and three touchdowns. He also had four special teams tackles, all solo stops. He was fifth on the team in receptions, fifth in yardage, third among players with four or more catches with 18.3 yards per reception and tied for fourth in touchdowns. He was second in the nation with an average of 38.2 yards per reception in the third quarter and was second among SEC freshmen with five receptions of at least 25 yards. He opened his career with four receptions for 56 yards and a one-yard touchdown reception from Tyler Wilson against Missouri State. He had one catch against both Georgia, along with a 50-yard kickoff return, and Alabama, and no receptions the following week against Texas A&M, but followed with three for 42 yards in the win over Auburn He had no receptions at Florida or Ole Miss, but had his only rush of the season, an eight-yard loss, against the Gators. He made four catches for 73 yards against Eastern Michigan. He had one catch against both South Carolina and Troy, and then three for a season-high 131 yards with two touchdowns against Mississippi State from distances of 64 and 58 yards. He did not catch a pass at LSU, but closed the season with an 11-yard reception in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl victory over East Carolina.
Personal: Born Nov. 13, 1990, he is the son of Gene and Deborah Hamilton. Both of his parents graduated from Arkansas. He is enrolled in the Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences.
High School: He played for coach Barry Norton at Texarkana Texas High School where he set the Tigers’ single-season receiving yardage record as a senior with 64 receptions for 1,071 yards and 14 touchdowns. He was ranked as the No. 63 best receiver in the country by Rivals.com. He was an all-district and an all-area selection. He was also rated the No. 64 recruit in Texas by Rivals.com. He was also named the All-Northeast Texas Offensive Player of the Year. As a junior, he had 29 receptions for 726 yards and seven touchdowns. He was a high school teammate of current Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallett. He finished fourth in the 200 meters at the AAU National Junior Olympics with a 21.41. Both of his parents graduated from the University of Arkansas. He was also recruited by Auburn, Baylor, Kansas, Kansas State, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma State, Texas and TCU.