Stephenson’s Myles Hannah commits to Ball State

Myles Hannah made it official on Tuesday night.

The Stephenson (GA) cornerback announced his football career will continue at Ball State.

Hannah has spent time in multiple positions throughout the defensive backfield and looks to settle in a one spot by the time he gets to Muncie, IN. He shared his thoughts on the collegiate decision, as well as what lies ahead this upcoming Fall for the member of the Class of 2017.

Which factors went into your decision to commit? What made Ball State the right fit for u? Coaching staff, a family feel and education were my main factors. Yes, many of the other schools that recruited me had all those and more, but I just had a great feel for Ball State. I felt ” home ” and feel I can succeed the most as a person and a football player.

Which position do you and the coaches see as the best fit for you at the next level? The boundary cornerback. So I can match up against the opposing teams biggest receivers by myself.

What are your expectations for your senior year of high school? I’m excited to get back out there and ball out with my teammates and be one of the last teams standing in December in the dome.

Do you plan on visiting Ball State or any other schools? I have already visited Ball State and I loved it and yes I still do plan on taking official visits.

SCHOLARSHIP OFFERS Arkansas State, Ball State, Fresno State, Miami (OH), Middle Tennessee State, Tulane, USF


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