One of the top forwards in the Midwest; Darius Hannah has made his commitment to Bradley University and head coach Brian Wardle. The 6’9” forward of Milwaukee Academy of Science and All-In Athletics announced his pick via twitter Friday morning. 

Hannah chose the Braves over scholarship offers from Liberty University and Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Wardle and staff got involved with Hannah early as they offered him back in May of last year. With all of his ability and size, Hannah has been one of the more over looked players in the area partially due to him missing the majority of his junior high school season with a knee injury. 

The senior was able to bounce back nicely from the injury to have a very productive summer with his high school team and All-In Athletics. Hannah has great potential with his skills paired with his great length, athleticism, and 6’9” height. He is an extremely versatile forward that contributes greatly on both ends of the court. Scores the ball well in a variety of ways especially off the dribble going to the basket and has a much-improved jumper off the dribble and spotting up.

Hannah will be joining a Bradley squad next fall that has had some good success recently. This past season they won the Missouri Valley Conference tournament to advance to the NCAA tournament. This is in addition to winning twenty games in each of the past two seasons. Look for Hannah to have an opportunity to make an immediate impact next year as Bradley will lose big man Koch Bar after this season.