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National Signing Day - Five-star All-American and Rivals' national Defensive Player of the Year. Son of ex-Giant Keith Hamilton is rated No. 2 in New Jersey by The Star-Ledger. Injury-plagued senior year limited his production as a running back and in the secondary.
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  • 1. SEARCH LATEST NEWS National Signing Day Home Privacy ArchiveNATIONAL SIGNING DAYPOSTED BY EIZ ON THURSDAY, 19 JANUARY, 2012, 7:14 AM GO   National-Signing-Day.png Five-star All-American and Rivals national Defensive Player of the Year. Son of ex-Giant Keith Hamilton is rated No. 2 in New Jersey by The Star-Ledger. Injury-plagued senior year limited his production as a running back and in the secondary. Share |NATIONAL SIGNING DAYPOSTED BY EIZ ON THURSDAY, 19 JANUARY, 2012, 7:14 AM View full size John OBoyle/The Star- LedgerDon Bosco prep star Darius Hamilton announced Tuesday night he will sign with Rutgers over Miami. Rutgers faced uncertainty over its highly touted recruiting class after the abrupt departure of Greg Schiano as head football coach last week. The school announced Tuesday that longtime assistant coach Kyle Flood has been named Schianos successor. The following players are expected to sign binding letters of intent with the Knights on Wednesday — though there will likely be more late additions and deletions than usual because of the coaching change. Speedster finished with school career receiving records for yardage (1,577) and TDs (17). Rated the state’s No. 26 prospect by The Star-Ledger. Two-year starting center for teams that went a combined 27-2. Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com and Scout.com and the No. 6 center nationally by Rivals. Top-rated offensive lineman in the state, according to The Star-Ledger, played in the Semper Fidelis All-American Bowl. A left tackle prospect. Big-play wide receiver for the nation’s No. 1 team is rated a four-star recruit by most services. State’s No. 7 prospect in The Star-Ledger Top 50. All-American who was named the nation’s No. 38 prospect overall by recruiting expert Tom Lemming. Originally committed to Wisconsin. Three-star specialist enrolled in January to be eligible for spring football as a freshman. Will vie for open placekicking job with San San Te graduating. Five-star All-American and Rivals’  national Defensive Player of the Year. Son of ex-Giant Keith Hamilton is rated No. 2 in New Jersey by The Star-Ledger. Injury-plagued senior year limited his production as a running back and in the secondary. Rated

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