Hannah Right On with Prediction

Back in early September when Hope Mills (N.C.) South View tight end Jonathan Hannah planned the majority of his unofficial visits, he not only selected the in-state rivalry game between North Carolina and N.C. State, he also predicted the Tar Heels would win.

"Yeah I called it," Hannah laughed. "It was just a feeling I got. I really had doubts about picking UNC because State was playing so well and Carolina came off two losses."

Hannah, who was among many blue chip prospects in attendance, said he really enjoyed his stay and got the passion out of the crowd that was lacking the last time he visited Chapel Hill.

"It was great, from both sides," stated Hannah. "But it didn't affect me too much. I mean I was really looking forward to seeing who used the tight end more and both sides I thought did a great job of utilizing them with catches and attempts."

Hannah recently scheduled an unofficial trip to Florida State, who has reentered the race, on November 20th when the Seminoles take on the Gators.

Additionally, Hannah has had yet another schedule conflict with his ACT as the 6-foot-5, 255-pounder is in the process of rescheduling his Penn State visit, which was set for October 23rd the same date as the test.

Hannah still has his Oklahoma official visit set for November 13th, and claims he will take his final visit, but the destination is still not known.

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