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Week 3 Outlook
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The talented safety didn't necessarily increase his draft stock after running a 4.59 40-yard dash at the NFL combine, but that raw time requires context. Kyle Hamilton is 6-foot-4 and 220 pounds, so it's actually a solid time when adjusting for size. The Fighting Irish product also posted elite numbers in the jumping drills with a 38" vertical jump (81st percentile) and 131" broad jump (100th percentile).
Hamilton is a top-end defensive talent in this draft and also the recourse against ever-evolving NFL offenses. With so much to offer - strong tackler, desired length/size and coverage ability - he fits the profile of a top-10 selection.
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Kyle Hamilton signs rookie contract with Ravens
NFL Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Tuesday that former Norte Dame S Kyle Hamilton and the Baltimore Ravens have agreed to terms on a deal that will pay Hamilton $16.255 million.
Hamilton is a unicorn prospect playing the safety position at an unheard-of 6’4” and 220 pounds with sideline to sideline range. Most NFL Draft analysts pegged Hamilton as a top-five talent, but he fell all the way down to pick number 14 overall in April's draft. Hamilton's elite size and athletic ability will allow for him to be a versatile chess piece in John Harbough’s defense. Hamilton joins a Ravens secondary that was hampered by injuries last season but is expected to rebound in the upcoming season.
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|ECR||Best||Worst||# of Experts|
|Week 3||DB #67||DB #43||DB #93||7|
|Rest of Season||DB #68||DB #49||DB #103||3|
|Dynasty||DB #67||DB #41||DB #104||2|
|Def Tackle||Def Sack||Def Int||Fumr||Def Td||Def Safety||Def Pd||Points|
|Def Sack||Def Int||Fumr||Def Td||Points|
|Season to Date||0||0||0||0||4.9|
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|OPP||Def Sack||Def Int||Fumr||Def Td||Points|
|Week 2||vs. MIA||0||0||0||-||5.3|
|Week 1||@ NYJ||0||0||0||-||4.5|