One of Larry Johnson's newcomers has lost his black stripe.
Defensive lineman Ty Hamilton became the latest Ohio State freshman to have his black stripe removed. The Pickerington native – whose older brother is now suiting up for the Jacksonville Jaguars – became the fifth newcomer (and fourth from the 2020 class) to earn the distinction.
Ryan Day was asked about the defensive tackles this week, and the early reports have been positive. "Ty Hamilton is somebody that has already early on shown that he can do some really good things."
Hamilton is one Larry Johnson's three new additions along the defensive line. He joins Darrion Henry-Young and Jacolbe Cowan from the Class of 2020. At 6-foot-3 and 278 pounds, he was listed as a defensive end coming out of high school but will be more of an interior player at the collegiate level. Hamilton was listed as a three-star prospect coming out of Pickerington Central.
|TREY SERMON||RB||SEPT. 16|
|JAXON SMITH-NJIGBA||WR||SEPT. 21|
|KOURT WILLIAMS||S||SEPT. 21|
|GEE SCOTT JR.||WR||SEPT. 23|
|TY HAMILTON||DL||SEPT. 26|
|JULIAN FLEMING||WR||SEPT. 26|