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2013 National Letter of Intent signing day

February 6, 2013
Hamilton High School


Marcus Oliver (Indiana University), Ben Flick (University of Cincinnati) and Robbie Parker (Mt. St. Joes.) signed their National Letters of Intent to continue the academic and football careers at the collegiate levels. Here are some pictures of the event that took place at Hamilton High School on February 6th, 2013.

Marcus Oliver is a three year letter winner and starter for Big Blue, playing linebacker and running back. Marcus is an outstanding young man who will excel at the next level. In three years at Hamilton High, Marcus has established himself as one of the best defensive players to play for Hamilton. Marcus accumulated over 350 tackles as well as having 8 sacks, 16 tackle for losses, 8 force fumbles, 8 fumble recoveries, 1 interception and 2 block kicks in his career. Marcus also rushed for over 600 yards rushing and had 8 touchdowns for his career. Marcus was voted first team All-League twice and voted second team All-League once. Marcus was also selected Greater Miami Conference defensive player of the year his senior season as well as 3rd All-Ohio. Congrats to Marcus and his family. Go Hoosiers!!!

Ben Flick is a three year letter winner and starter for Hamilton on the Offensive Line. Ben primarily was an offensive tackle, but also did play some offensive guard. Ben also served as the teams long snapper for punts and field goals. Ben was second team selection to the All-Conference team his senior season. The sky is the limit for Ben in college. Ben has a tremendous work ethic and his strength on the field his feet and his athleticism. Ben's best football is ahead of him. Congrats to Ben and his family. Go Bearcats!!!

Robbie Parker is a four year letter winner and starter for Hamilton at Center. Robbie is one of the few players in the history of the GMC to be selected to the All-Conference teams for four seasons. Twice Robbie was selected to the first team and twice to the second team. Robbie also played numerous plays on the defensive line as the nose guard. When Robbie was on defense, the Big Blue defense was a much better unit. Robbie is one of the hardest and most dedicated workers to ever put on a Hamilton High uniform. Robbie is a relentless worker in the weight room. Congrats to Robbie and his family. Go Lions!!!

All three of these men have great character and are great leaders, students and ambassadors for the Hamilton Community.


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