In a previous update, South View (Hope Mills, NC) tight end/defensive end Jonathan Hannah was not sure if he’d be able to make a previously scheduled official visit to Tech this weekend because of a schedule conflict. So will he make the trip?
“Yeah I am,” Hannah replied. “I’m anxious to see a good game and to see both teams play. I’m interested in seeing what things Virginia Tech will do on offense.”
This will be Hannah’s 2nd of 5 scheduled official visits. The first was to Clemson. Following Virginia Tech, he will head to Georgia on the weekend of October 1st, Penn State on October 22nd and Oklahoma on the weekend of November 13th. He will also squeeze in unofficial visits to N.C. State, UNC and possibly Florida State.
Right now, he has no favorites among his top schools.
“I’m still trying to be patient,” Hannah said. “I don’t have any favorites or anything right now.”
On the season, Hannah has caught 7 passes for 150 yards on offense. Defensively, the 6-4, 250-pound prospect has 10 tackles including 3 sacks, 1 fumble recovery and 8 quarterback pressures. Tech is recruiting him as a player who could play tight end or defensive end, but Hannah feels tight end may be the likeliest possibility.
Hannah has caught Virginia Tech on TV for 2 of their 3 games. He commented on what he has seen thus far.
“I watched a little bit of the Duke game,” Hannah said. “The only game I haven’t seen was Western Michigan. On offense, I’m surprised at how well they are using the tight end. I think he might be the leading receiver on the team. I’m happy to see that of course. On defense they play aggressively, which compliments my style.”
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