"It was a good trip," said Logwood. "They played Notre Dame so I went up there to watch the game, and then afterwards I talked to Coach (Brad) Autry who showed me around and everything."
At this point Marquette hasn't offered Logwood, but he says they like him and the scholarship could be coming his way.
"They are saying they like me and they want someone in my position at their class," said Logwood of Marquette. "They think I fit in well with their style of play, and they might offer soon."
"The atmosphere was great when I was there," said Logwood of his trip to East Lansing. "They were playing Indiana and they lost, but they showed me around and it was just a great visit."
He continued about the Spartans, "They just keep telling me that they want me and to be patient. They say the team is like a community and they want to see me more and they might offer."
According to Logwood he would like to make a couple of official visits during the summer before issuing his commitment in November.
The Auburn Tigers were his first high-major offer, and he really wants to see what the SEC school is like up close and personal.
"They play with high energy and they really want me," explained Logwood. "They think I fit in well so I want to see the campus in person and get to know the coaches better."
Earlier this year Logwood was supposed to trip to see Xavier, but a snowstorm cancelled that, and since the Musketeers have been recruiting him hard he is interested to check it out.
"Coach (Travis) Steele has really kept in contact with me, and it is a place that is close to home," he explained. "Also they like to get up and down, so it is a visit I want to take."
For now though the No. 91 prospect is content to take things slow and check out all of his options before issuing a commitment.