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Chad Hamilton
Chad Hamilton

Class:
Senior

Hometown:
Charleston, S.C.

High School:
James Island HS

Height / Weight:
6-3 / 305

Position:
OL


08/27/2014

#6/7 Coastal Carolina Weekley Football Press Conference (at The Citadel)

Coastal Carolina opens the season on Saturday in Charleston at 6 pm

07/08/2014

Catron Gets Two Honors; Backus, Hamilton and Ross Honored As Well

Preseason Honors Continue for Chanticleers

07/01/2014

Backus and Hamilton on Sports Network Preseason All-American Team

Backus is a two-time All-American and Hamilton is a two-time All-Big South pick

02/06/2014

Coastal Football Hands Out 2013 Team Honors

The Chanticleers celebrated their historic season at their annual banquet

12/18/2013

Three Football Chants Named All-American

Quinn Backus, Lorenzo Taliaferro and Jamey Cheatwood Push CCU's total to 18 Football All-Americans

11/16/2013

Coastal Carolina vs Presbyterian 11/16/13

Coastal Carolina vs Presbyterian 11/16/13

11/02/2013

2013 Coastal Carolina Football vs. Charlotte

2013 Coastal Carolina Football vs. Charlotte -- Nov. 2, 2013 -- Homecoming

09/01/2013

Coastal Carolina at SC State

Coastal Carolina at SC State

04/01/2012

2012 Coastal Carolina Football

2012 Coastal Carolina Football - Spring Scrimmage 1 (April 1, 2012)

10/22/2011

Football vs. Gardner-Webb

Football vs. Gardner-Webb (Oct. 22, 2011)

2014 Preseason All-American
2013 1st Team All-Big South
2012 2nd Team All-Big South

Graduated from Coastal Carolina in the Spring of 2014 with a degree in education.

2013 (Jr.): Earned first team All-Big South honors ... Part of a Chanticleer offense that set 24 school and 17 Big South single-season offensive records ... Also, he was part of an offensive line that was named Big South Offensive Player of the Week after the Chants' win at Elon, putting up a CCU record of 652 yards of total offense ... The line was also the team's Offensive MVP for Elon and Hamilton earned the team's Offensive MVP honor on his own for the Presbyterian game, grading out at 95 percent ... Graded out at a team-best 91 percent for the year with 45 knock-down blocks ... Helped CCU lead the nation in fewest tackles for loss allowed (3.33) ... Coastal's offense additionally ranked second in the NCAA FCS in third-down conversions, third in red zone offense, fifth in first downs, fifth in scoring, eighth in rushing offense and 11th in total offense ... Named to the 2013-14 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting at least a 3.0 GPA for the academic year ... Earned Dean's List in the fall of 2013.

2012 (So.): Named second team All-Big South ... Made the move from left guard to left tackle ... Started 12 games (missed the first-round playoff win over Bethune-Cookman due to injury) and charged with protecting the blind side for All-Big South quarterback Aramis Hillary ... Helped Coastal rush for over 200 yards in a school-record six straight games, all in conference play ... Overall, Coastal rushed for 2.590 yards - second-most in CCU history - and ranked 25th in the nation in rushing (199.23 ypg) ... Graded out at an impressive 87% for the season thanks to 49 knock-down blocks and allowing just 4.0 sacks in Coastal's 401 pass attempts ... Had standout games at Presbyterian, grading out at 94% as CCU tallied a season-high 625 yards of total offense and in the win over Liberty, grading out at 90%. ... Named to the 2012-13 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting at least a 3.0 GPA for the academic year.

2011 (RFr.): Saw action in all 11 games, starting each of the last four at left guard ... Helped Marcus Whitener rush for 106 yards on 13 carries at Charleston Southern and Travis Small rush for 109 yards on 18 attempts at Western Carolina (Small added 75 yards at CSU and Whitener 65 at WCU) ... Also served on the PAT/FG units ... Named to the 2011-12 Big South Presidential Honor Roll for posting a 3.0 GPA for the academic year.

2010 (Fr.): Redshirted.

Prior to Coastal Carolina: A 2009 Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas selection as well as South Carolina's Class AAAA Lower State Lineman of the Year ... Also named to the 2009 Palmetto Champions All-Star Team, the Class AAAA All-State squad by The High School Sports Report and the Post and Courier's All-Lowcountry team after leading James Island to the second round of the playoffs ... Helped lead the team to 2,700 yards passing and 1,300 yards rushing on the year ... Ran a 4.95 40-yard dash at the 2009 Shrine Bowl combine, one of just six offensive linemen to break five seconds and the largest of the group.