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|Strength: Ken Hamlin has ideal size and speed for a safety. Ken Hamlin had a lot of tackles in college. Ken Hamlin has a rare combination of great hitting skills and great ball skills. Ken Hamlin has all of the athleticism to do everything asked of him.|
|Weakness: Ken Hamlin has a checkered history with the law. Ken Hamlin has trouble reading offensive plays.|
|Development: Ken Hamlin is an interesting choice for a team that needed line help and drafted a CB in the first round. After speculation was that one of the current CBs would be moved to safety, Seattle drafted him as a safety. Ken Hamlin may have to battle in a crowded defensive backfield. Ken Hamlin's read skills could hurt his chances of starting right away, but if he gets in, Ken Hamlin is a guy who will make a lot of plays and change offenses. Ken Hamlin could end up a second round steal. Ken Hamlin will do what he's always done: separate receivers from the ball, level running backs, and make plays on the ball when it is in the air.|
|Fantasy Football Rating: The guy put up stats in college so don't expect that to change in the pros. Expect immediate improvement in Seattle's defense if Ken gets the starting job.|
|Typecast Outlook Opinion: 60% chance of success. 40% chance of Pro Bowl.|
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