"As for now, it is Florida State and Penn State that I know now," said the 6-foot-5, 255 pounder. "I've been thinking about doing one of those three."
One team has caught Hannah's attention recently and could be making a push for that last official visit.
"Carolina is really playing well now, and they really caught my eye with the last few wins they've been getting," he said. "I've been impressed with them the most lately. It does not put them so much in a leader spot, but is showing me that they are able to compete against good teams and win."
Hannah and his teammates are playing well this season themselves, and many expect them to play deep into the playoffs.
"We finished the season 11-0, we have the number one seed in the East, so all our games will be at home until the state championships. We just won our first round game yesterday, so things are going well right now."
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