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Zach Hannon

Position Offensive Line
Height 6'4''
Weight 315 lbs.
Class Senior
Hometown Kansas City, Mo.
High School Rockhurst HS
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2017 (Sr.): Played in 10 games, starting six on the offensive line … Started five games at right tackle and one game at center … Missed the K-State and Baylor games due to injury … West Virginia: Started at right tackle … Texas Tech: Started at right tackle … at Iowa State: Started at right tackle … at TCU: Started at center … Oklahoma: Started at right tackle … Oklahoma State: Started at right tackle.

2016 (Jr. at Nebraska): Saw action on the Huskers’ kicking unit against Fresno State and Minnesota. 

2015 (So. at Nebraska): Did not see any game action.

2014 (RFr. at Nebraska): Played in all 13 games, working as a shield blocker on NU’s punting unit … Helped Sam Foltz rank fifth in the Big Ten in punting, while NU was also fourth in the league in net punting … Also provided depth on the offensive line.

2013 (Fr. at Nebraska): Hannon redshirted in his first season in 2013.

High School: Prepped at Rockhurst HS under coach Tony Severino … Helped lead Rockhurst to a 9-3 record and a trip to the third round of the state playoffs as a senior … Did not allow a sack on the season and recorded 34 pancake blocks … Earned first-team Class 6A all-state honors in Missouri … First-team All-Metro pick by the Kansas City Star … Participated in the Semper Fi All-Star Game in Arizona following his senior season … Regarded as one of the top-10 prospects in the state of Missouri and among the top-50 offensive line prospects in the country … Helped Rockhurst to a 10-2 record and a trip to the Class 6A quarterfinals as a junior … Also a standout attacker on the lacrosse field … Guided Rockhurst to a 15-5 record and a trip to the state semifinals, scoring seven goals with 22 assists and 35 ground balls as a senior.

Personal: Son of Timothy and Deborah Hannon … Earned his bachelor’s degree from Nebraska in marketing/management … Named to the Nebraska Scholar-Athlete Honor Roll three times.