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BYU football recruiting: 2017 S Ammon Hannemann signs with the Cougars

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Ammon Hannemann, a 6-foot-2, 182-pound safety prospect from Lone Peak High in Highland, Utah, has signed a National Letter of Intent to play for BYU. Hannemann received an offer from the Cougars this past summer and committed to BYU soon afterward.

Hannemann received a 78.91 score from 247Sports, making him a two-star prospect and the 22nd ranked prospect in the state of Utah this year. Hannemann had a fairly quiet recruitment with BYU being his only known FBS offer.

Hannemann was very active on the defensive side of the ball for Lone Peak, recording 117 tackles, six pass deflections, four interceptions, two tackles for loss, two forced fumbles, and a fumble recovery over two seasons with the Knights.

Hannemann is the younger brother of current BYU player Micah. Like his brother, Ammon is expected to be a defensive back during his time in Provo.

Ammon is expected to serve an LDS mission before enrolling at BYU.

Ammon’s highlights can be viewed below:

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