Dominique Hamilton DL Missouri Tigers

Dominique Hamilton Scouting Report Defensive Tackle Missouri

This is our Dominique Hamilton Scouting Report. Hamilton is a senior DL for the Missouri Tigers who is a plus run stopper and intriguing prospect.

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6’5 313 pounds, 33 1/8 inch long arms, 10.25 inch hands

5.54 forty yard dash, 31 bench press reps, 7.82 3 cone drill, 4.78 20 yard shuttle



G Solo Assisted Total Total/G
10 21 29 50 5.00
Tackles For Loss
10 5.5 32 0.55
G Sacks Sack Yards Sacks/G
10 3.0 24 0.30
Misc. Defense
G Passes Broken Up QB Hurries Fumbles Forced Kicks/Punts Blocked
10 1 2 1 1


G Solo Assisted Total Total/G
7 8 12 20 2.86
Tackles For Loss
7 2.0 13 0.29
G Sacks Sack Yards Sacks/G
7 1.5 13 0.21


His best asset is probably his long arms and overall body structure which should allow him to add bulk with a N.F.L. weight program and he could potentially play the NT in a 34 DE…plays with good leverage….has good instincts and will sifter through the traffic to make plays ont the ball carrier…deceptive athleticism…long arms, and tremendous size


More of a run stopper than a pass rusher, has the ability to develop into a solid pass rusher, but not there yet…Needs to get stronger in his upper body, can get washed out of the plays sometimes…Injury history… a bit slow

Round projection: 5th/day three

I think Hamilton is well overlooked and could get a boost from the down defensive line class. Hamilton is intriguing because of his overall body structure, deceptive athleticism, and potential to fill out to play nose tackle. There aren’t many players who can excel at nose tackle in the N.F.L. which makes Hamilton a potential rarity and he could see a boost in his stock


Proven veteran performer in the trenches who looks to combine with running mate Terrell Resonno to give the Tigers one of the best pairs of defensive tackles in the Big 12 Conference … Holds down the top spot on the depth chart at the nose tackle position, where he has proved to be a stout defender against the run … Despite missing half of last season, made enough of an impression to earn pre-season 1st-Team All-Big 12 honors this summer from Athlon … Sat out spring drills as he continued to rehab from his broken foot, an injury which knocked him out of the last half of the 2010 season … Will be fully healthy once camp starts up in August … Is on pace to graduate this December.


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