College coaches, including the Tar Heels, are looking at Hannah at tight end, but a few would like to see him suit up at defensive end.
Hannah has received offers from North Carolina, NC State, Virginia, Duke, Vanderbilt, and Penn State, but claims no leaders or favorites despite previous reports. He does, however, welcome the Tar Heels with open arms.
"At this point I haven't narrowed things down at all," remarked Hannah. "I'm kind of excited that Carolina is recruiting me, because I have always been a UNC fan ever since I can remember."
Hannah is no stranger to Chapel Hill, and recently visited the UNC campus for the Tar Heels' Junior Day. He has also been to both N.C. State's and Duke's Junior Days.
The coaching staff that earns Hannah's commitment will get a tight end that has plenty of experience blocking as well as catching. Plus a player that is more mobile then his large frame might suggest.
"Jonathan is a real good athlete for his size," Aldridge said. "He has good speed and good hands. He's about 6-4, about 260 pounds, so he is a good sized kid. I'm kind of surprised by the athleticism he has for a kid his size. He plays basketball, too, and I think that helps him with his footwork and his hands."