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Stars:  247Sports (3), ESPN (3), Rivals (3), Scout (3), 247Sports Composite (2)
National Overall Player Ratings:  247Sports Composite (2004)
National Outside Linebacker Ratings:  ESPN (41), 247Sports (100), Scout (120), 247Sports Composite (143)
Regional Overall Player Ratings:  ESPN (67)
California Overall Player Ratings:  ESPN (47), 247Sports (134), 247Sports Composite (181)
Ratings/Scout Grades:  247Sports (82), 247Sports Composite (0.7933), ESPN (79), Rivals (5.5)


Serra HS (2011-13)

► Three varsity teams combined for a 31-8 overall record, two Central Coast Section Open Division titles and a share of one Western Athletic Catholic League crown
► Named the West Coast Athletic League Co-Player of the Year while earning third-team All-State and first-team All-San Jose Mercury Daily News honors as a 2013 senior when he played in 13 games as a linebacker, safety, wide receiver and tight end for a team that finished 11-3 overall and 6-1 in the West Catholic Athletic League to share the conference title with Mitty, who they beat during the regular season and again in the Central Coast Section Playoffs Open Division title game before falling to Del Oro in the quarterfinals of the state championship
► Registered team highs as a senior of 29 catches, 554 yards receiving and 10 touchdown catches, while adding nine rushes for 64 yards and a 43-yard completion in his only pass attempt on offense
► Had a 32-yard interception return as a senior to total 650 all-purpose yards, while also contributing 28 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, 0.5 sacks (-2 yards) and one pass breakup on defense
► Posted three touchdown catches, 114 yards receiving and 146 all-purpose yards (also a 32-yard interception return) in a 31-7 win over Mitty in the first meeting between the schools during his senior season that were all career highs, while his six catches for 106 yards and a TD were a career best in his first game of the season against Encinal
► Played in only four games as a 2012 junior before a season-ending injury for a team that finished 9-3 overall and reached the semifinals of the Central Coast Section Playoffs Open Division, contributing 11 rushes for 51 yards and eight catches for 120 yards on offense, and seven tackles and one interception defensively
► Registered a career-high 46 tackles, one fumble recovery, one pass breakup and 11 kick return yards as a 2011 sophomore for a team that finished 11-2 overall and won the Central Coast Section title


► Has run a 4.60 40-yard dash, while his other marks include a 4.24 20-yard shuttle, 30.9 vertical jump and 96.72 SPARQ rating, all according to ESPN


“Impressive athlete physically. Tall, well-built with a longer frame that has a ton of room for continued physical development … Hamilton is a terrific athlete who could get recruited on either side of the ball … He could be a scheme versatile defender who could align at safety or linebacker and offer some flexibility.”

“Anoa’i has a very unique skill set for someone his size. One might call him a jack of all trades.”

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