Long story short, you can do it without a problem but the question is why would you want to?
The big boys use heat to raise air temp thus lowering the relative humidity of the air so it can absorb more moisture faster. This is needed if you are trying to dry several acres of hops overnight.
You don't need to do this. You have all the time in the world...sort of. Take your time and keep the temperatures low. Above 140F, your alpha acids start to break down. Above 100F, most of your oils (aromas) are evaporating. Heck, some of the oils start at 79F, so keep the temperature low keeps more of those oils in place and will give you a better hop for brewing. The problem is that it will take MUCH longer to dry...days, probably.