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Former Arkansas And NFL Star DB Ken Hamlin Joins Joe Lisi On The Weekly Blitz
Ken Hamlin was a standout defensive back from 2000-2002 and had a school record with 381 total tackles in his outstanding college career. Hamlin was a fierce defender who was excellent in run support. He was the first player in school history to record over 100 tackles in three consecutive seasons. Hamlin was an All-SEC performer and was a player that played his best in the Razorbacks biggest contests. Hamlin was a tough player and an excellent defender that will be remebered for his intensity/work ethic. Hamlin and teammate Ahmad Carroll formed one of the best secondaries in the SEC during their career. Hamlin was a part of the history in 200 when the Razorbacks defeated the LSU Tigers 21-20 on a Hail Mary to win the game.
His 381 total tackles broke the school record of 367 (Cliff Powell) and propelled Hamlin to being drafted in the 2nd round of the NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks.
Hamlin was a physical defensive back who finished his NFL career with 489 tackles, 15 interceptions and 5 sacks.
Hamlin played for Seattle, Dallas , Baltimore and Indianapolis from (2003-2010).