Three-star offensive tackle Zach Hannon (Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst) committed to Nebraska in August. He took his official visit to Lincoln, Neb., over the weekend and, with the help of a raucous crowd and a solid performance by his future college team, reconfirmed his loyalty to the Cornhuskers.
about 1642 days ago | Damon Sayles | On The Trail: Midlands Region
Three-star offensive tackle Zach Hannon (Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst) gave his verbal commitment to Nebraska on Wednesday. The 6-foot-4, 295-pound tackle chose the Huskers over Arkansas and Missouri and had more than 10 offers.
about 1723 days ago | Max Olson | NCF On The Trail
Every weekday morning, a member of the SoonerNation gives his take on three things happening in the Sooner sports world. 1. With a torn ACL to Tyler Evans and freshman offensive guard John Michael McGee apparently quitting OU on Monday, the Sooners can most definitely be in the market for an interior offensive lineman.
about 1724 days ago | Bob Przybylo | Oklahoma Sooners
The recruiting race for three-star offensive lineman Zach Hannon (Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst) is now a two-horse affair. Hannon on Tuesday said Nebraska and Arkansas are the frontrunners in his recruiting process.
about 1751 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail
Offensive guard Zach Hannon (Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst) knew the Oklahoma recruiting situation going into his unofficial visit to the Sooners' campus, but he didn't care. Hannon, 6-foot-4 and 295 pounds, said he was determined to see the OU campus in the spring and his mission was accomplished Friday.
about 1845 days ago | Bob Przybylo | On The Trail: Midlands Region
Offensive lineman Zach Hannon (Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst) was beginning to think he simply wasn't meant to see Oklahoma. Several times in the past, Hannon had invitations or plans to see what the OU campus is all about but things fell through every time.
about 1848 days ago | Bob Przybylo | NCF On The Trail
Offensive lineman Zach Hannon (Kansas City, Mo./Rockhurst) currently has seven offers, and his level of interest continues to improve. Just shy of 6-foot-5 and 300 pounds, Hannon is one of those linemen who can be effective anywhere on the line.
about 1882 days ago | Damon Sayles | NCF On The Trail