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Jackson Hannah

Jackson Hannah's Montgomery Bell Academy team is off to a 2-0 start.

Jackson Hannah (Nashville, Tennessee) will aim to be disruptive on the defensive side of the ball when he arrives in Lincoln.

Right now, the 2019 Husker linebacker recruit is making an impact in multiple ways at Montgomery Bell Academy.

On Friday, Hannah had six tackles, including a sack, in his team's 25-24 overtime win against Brentwood Academy. He also caused a fumble.

On offense, Hannah rushed nine times for 34 yards and a touchdown. Hannah's score came in overtime, and it set up MBA's winning two-point conversion.

Others of note

Among the official visitors at the Minnesota-Nebraska was 6-foot-9 offensive tackle prospect Bryce Benhart (Lakeville, Minnesota). Last week, Benhart helped pave the way for 329 rushing yards in the Lakeville North's 55-0 win against Eagan.

Noa Pola-Gates (Gilbert, Arizona) also was on an official visit to Nebraska this past weekend. On Friday, the four-star cornerback prospect had seven tackles and an interception in Williams Field's 17-14 win against Campo Verde.

Husker prospect Tavian Mayo (Leesburg, Georgia) had an interception in Lee County's 63-7 win against Valdosta. Mayo, a three-star cornerback recruit, also was in Lincoln over the weekend.

Husker tight end recruit Chris Hickman (Omaha Burke) had three catches for 91 yards in the Bulldogs' 42-13 win against Papillion-La Vista. He also had an interception and two tackles on defense.

Nebraska recruit Garrett Snodgrass (York) accounted for four first-half touchdowns in the Dukes' 43-13 win against Crete.

Husker recruit Garrett Nelson (Scottsbluff) had three tackles in the Bearcats' 23-13 win against then-No. 1 McCook.

NU running back recruit Rahmir Johnson (Oradell, New Jersey) rushed 12 times for 60 yards and a touchdown in Bergen Catholic's 42-0 win against Paramus Catholic.

NU running back recruit Dedrick Mills (Garden City Community College) rushed 22 times for 90 yards and two touchdowns in a 51-31 win against Highland Community College.

Husker athlete recruit Jamie Nance (Blanchard, Oklahoma) caught six passes for 30 yards, and rushed five times for 26 yards in Blanchard's 35-21 loss to Tuttle.

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Clark Grell is sports editor.

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