Ohio State rookie defensive tackle DaVon Hamilton tallied his first career professional sack bringing down the Green Bay Packers’ future hall of fame quarterback Aaron Rodgers.

Hamilton was tapped to run a line stunt on the Packers’ first down play, a drop back for Rodgers, and found himself with a wide open line to the quarterback. He knew what to do from there. 

A third-team All-Big Ten player on Ohio State’s CFP team last year, Hamilton was picked by the Jacksonville Jaguars in the third round, 73rd overall pick, of the 2020 NFL Draft. He recorded 20 tackles for loss and seven sacks to go with 66 total tackles during his time in Columbus.

Hamilton has gone from the Big Ten to the Big Leagues and already is dragging down hall of fame quarterbacks for the new squad.