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BYU safety Micah Hannemann signed by the Cleveland Browns as an undrafted free agent

BYU v Nebraska Photo by Eric Francis/Getty Images

After a few years of patrolling the defensive secondary for BYU, safety Micah Hannemann will hook up with his former teammate Kai Nacua as a member of the Cleveland Browns.

Kai tweeted out a message to Micah shortly after the news broke:

Hannemann experienced his a fair share of ups and downs while at BYU, but his overall size and athleticism give him a decent shot at the next level. He might be remembered best for his impressive interception against Nebraska in 2015 shown in the picture above. He also had a crucial interception and a couple of pass breakups against Mississippi State. Over the course of his career he totaled 123 tackles, four interceptions and one sack.

Micah will join his brother Jacob on the quest to reach the top of their respective leagues. Jacob, who was also a football standout in his high school days, is an outfielder in the Chicago Cubs organization currently on the AAA roster with the Iowa Cubs.

Congrats to Micah and best of luck to him as he begins his NFL journey!