With the 73rd pick in the NFL Draft, the Jacksonville Jaguars took Ohio State. He is the sixth defensive tackle taken in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Hamilton played five seasons at Ohio State, seeing action in four after redshirting as a freshman.


In his five years at Ohio State, Hamilton played in 40 games. He made 66 tackles, with 20 coming for a loss. Hamilton also had seven sacks, with six coming as a senior on the same line as second overall pick Chase Young.

In 2018, Hamilton had his only touchdown, coming on a fumble in the game against TCU. At 6ft 4in and 310lbs, Hamilton has the size to be a key player in the NFL.

At the Combine, Hamilton hit 33 bench reps and a 5.14 40-yard dash.


Athletic 4-3 tackle who stacked good tape in back-to-back seasons and should garner consideration as a rotational interior lineman with eventual starter potential. He does a nice job of creating leverage with his initial strike and has the athleticism and closing burst to hound running backs with an extended pursuit radius. He flashes needed traits as both a one- and two-gapper, but better skill with his hand-fighting could help unlock quicker wins and clearer paths to the quarterback. His draft stock could be tied to how teams view his upside as a pass rusher.- Lance Zierlein, NFL Network


Jacksonville needed a little help on the defensive line. If Hamilton pans out could be a key guy for the next 7-10 years. He could benefit from better coaching, which he should get in Jacksonville. He will have to chase around DaShaun Watson and others within the AFC South.