Johnson-Brock State Football Championship , 11.19

Johnson-Brock's Ty Hahn (7) evades Mullen's Teven Marshall (22) en route to a 56-yard first-quarter touchdown run at Memorial Stadium in 2018 in the Class D-2 state football championship game.

The hamstring injury that took Johnson-Brock multi-sport star Ty Hahn out of this week’s state track meet also threatens his football camp schedule this summer.

Hahn, who has picked up five Division I football scholarship offers in the last month, has already pulled out of the St. Louis Rivals camp set for Sunday. He’s still hoping to do a camp at Lindenwood in St. Louis May 31 and June 1 before doing camps at Kansas State, Iowa, Iowa State and Nebraska in what shapes up to be a busy June for the 6-foot-2, 185-pound junior all-state wide receiver.

“I pulled it, I didn’t tear it and I’m already a little over three weeks into the rehab process,” said Hahn, who has picked up scholarship offers from Wyoming, South Dakota State, South Dakota, North Dakota and most recently, Northern Iowa, last Friday.

“This injury usually takes six to eight weeks, so I should be right there by the end of the month,” Hahn added. “Wyoming has been in contact with me, they were here the day before the district track meet. They’re in the know about the injury.”

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Hahn is the defending Class D, 200-meter boys champion, and he won that event at the Nebraska Track & Field Festival on April 18 in a time of :22.17. He’s also the D state leader in the 100 with a :10.90.

Those times plus a top-10 finish overall in the physical testing at The Opening regional football combine in St. Louis in early April boosted his stock among the college coaches.

Hahn, however, was unable to race at districts after getting into the blocks and starting the preliminaries of the 100. Besides leading Johnson-Brock to an undefeated Class D-2 state football title last fall, Hahn was also an all-stater on the Eagles’ D-2 championship basketball squad squad in March.

“I was pretty bummed (about districts), but we’ve been able to accomplish a lot of the goals we set out for this year so I feel good about that,” Hahn said.

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Ron Powell is a longtime prep writer for the Journal Star. He covers high school football, boys basketball and track as well as state college football and Husker and professional tennis.

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