Pros: "His foot quickness, balance and agility allow him to get in and out of his break to create separation off the final move. He knows when to settle into dead areas when working against zone coverage. Although he lacks elite speed, we see the ability to get on top and separate when running deep routes. He displays excellent hands and body control. He is a hands-catcher who is able to leap and get off the turf to make the high, out of the frame reception." -- ESPN scouting report
Similar to/potential role: His playing style (excellents hands; good not great speed; great leaping ability) isn't all that different from Lewis, who was the star of Penn State's 2012 class. Lewis redshirted because he needed to learn the playbook after playing high school quarterback, but Hamilton will likely redshirt because there's so many other young wideouts here.
Expected impact: 2015. There'll still be a bottle-neck at this position in 2014, but he could evolve into a solid passing option by the time he's a redshirt sophomore. He'll certainly have competition -- even after Robinson graduates -- but he has the ability to make an impact relatively quickly.