Hannah Names Official Visits


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Jonathan Hannah - Defensive Line
Height: 6-5   Weight: 265   Hometown: Hope Mills, NC (South View HS)   Class: 2005





One of the top defensive line prospects in the south has set up all five of his official visits. Jonathan Hannah will start off with a visit to Clemson on September 4.

"I enjoyed myself at the one day camp at Clemson. While I was there, they asked me if I was interested in taking an official visit there. I said yes definitely because I here gamedays are pretty crazy down there."

Next Hannah will travel to Virginia Tech on September 25.

"I was really impressed with their coaching staff. I hear also that they have a pretty good atmosphere on gamedays, so I just wanted to check out a game."

The following week Hannah makes a trip to Georgia for what will be one of the most high profile games of the year against LSU.

"When I setup my visits I wanted to see good games. Georgia is very different from the rest. They are a very respected team in the SEC, plus I would have a chance to play with my teammate again."

His fourth official visit will be to Penn St on October 23.

"Penn St has a very classy program. They have recruited me well. I just want to go up there and check it out."

Hannah will have his final visit at Oklahoma on November 13.

"Oklahoma has done a good job of recruiting me, and I feel like I owe it to them to take trip out there. I figure the game against Nebraska would be a good time to go out there."

North Carolina and NC State are still in the mix with Hannah, but he will not take an official visit to either due to numerous previous visits.

Hannah will begin his Senior campaign this Friday.

"In our scrimmage, we did somethings well, and somethings we didn't do so well. We are trying to pick everything together by Friday."

View more information on this prospect: TigerNet's Jonathan Hannah Recruiting Profile
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