Linebacker recruit Delroy Hamilton will not be an Aggie.
Early in the summer, Hamilton could not pass a physical needed to participate in conditioning. A pre-existing medical condition was the reason for Hamilton not being able to pass.
Upon leaving campus, Hamilton told Gary Andersen that he would no longer pursue football. But he's been looking for a new school in the past month.
From Hallandale Beach in Florida, Hamilton ended his high school career with 150 tackles and 15 sacks, with five forced fumbles. He planned on majoring in broadcast journalis, at Utah State.
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