Davion Hannah made a big splash even before entering high school and has continued to improve. This year his stock went to another level while playing with the Mac Irvin Fire. The 6’5" wing guard earned his first scholarship offer this summer and his recruitment has continued to take off as he has emerged into a national level prospect. 

Over the summer Hannah picked up offers from Big East, Big Ten, Pac 12, and SEC schools. In June, LSU was the first program to offer him. Since then, Arizona State, Bradley, Marquette, Mississippi State, Oregon, and Wisconsin have all extended an offer to Hannah. While the sophomore said that all these schools that have offered stand out, there was one from out west that was a big surprise to him. “But the school I was like wow about was Oregon,” Hannah said when the Ducks offered him. 

As well to the offers, Hannah recently took a visit to Michigan State. “The visit was amazing, I loved it, I couldn’t stop smiling. I watched practice which was good for me, I learned so much just from watching and they took me around the campus showing me everything.” 

With his combination of size, length, athleticism, and ability on both ends, there is a lot to like about Hannah’s game. “All-around player,” is what he first said to describe his own game. Adding in, “I love to score the ball, but I also love passing and seeing my teammates score the ball but the thing I love most is defense. Defense bring energy, when you get a big stop in a big game that will bring momentum and change the game.”

After an impressive freshmen season in which Hannah averaged 13.6 points, 9.2 rebounds, and 2.3 blocks per game at Milwaukee Academy of Science, he will be suiting up for Nicolet for this upcoming season.