BearsIllustrated and Scout break down 2017 Baylor signee, Ashton Logan

BearsIllustrated continues its spotlight series looking at Scout 3-star safety, Ashton Logan


Two-time all-district defensive back from Temple (Texas) High School… Three-year varsity starter under head coaches Scott Stewart and Mike Spradlin at THS… Rated nation’s 73rd-best safety prospect in 2017 recruiting class by Scout, ranked No. 86 by 247Sports and No. 104 by ESPN… Ranked No. 147 among Texas recruits by 247Sports and No. 193 by ESPN… Named to 2016 All-District 18-5A second team following senior season, led Temple to DI state championship game and 12-4 record… Totaled 94 tackles (50 solo), four interceptions for 70 return yards (returned one for TD), six pass breakups and one QB hurry as senior… Named 2015 second-team All-District 17-5A as junior, helped THS to 12-2 record and DI regional finals… Had 72 tackles and three interceptions as junior… Moved to safety as sophomore and started every game for 13-2 Temple squad that finished DI state runner-up… Had 66 tackles (56 solo), one for loss, one interception, three QB hurries and two passes defensed… Also played basketball, named 2016 first-team All-District 17-5A as junior… Brother, Chad President, plays QB/WR for Tulsa. 


“Ashton is a physical safety who will be developed into an outside linebacker prospect. His athleticism and explosiveness show on both the football field and basketball court. He’s a hometown kid who is strong, physical and fast.”

Inside the Numbers

Class: 2017

School: Temple (TX) HS

Size: 6'1", 203 lbs

Position: S

Star Rating: 3-Star National Rank: N/A

Position Rank: No. 65

Midlands S Rank: No. 9

Texas S Rank: No. 6


Logan, a local product of Temple (TX) HS, was an early commit to Arizona State but had his scholarship pulled. Committed to Central Arkansas, Logan was a late offer for Coach Matt Rhule and Logan took advantage of it. Logan will be converted to an LB and will have the athleticism to play sideline to sideline. Evaluation

Logan is a very physically imposing specimen. He has good ball skills as a safety, but has the look and potential ability of a college outside linebacker. He will be able to use his coverage skills to slow down receivers out of the spread and his size, downhill speed, and instincts make him a sure tackler and run-stopper. At The Opening regional camp in Dallas he worked out with the defensive backs and was one of the best at the position, so it will be interesting to see what position ultimately fits him best 1-2 years into his college career. - Greg Powers, National Recruiting Analyst


Coverage Awareness
Tackling Ability

Areas to Improve

Backpedal Quickness
Change of Direction

High School Career

2016: Logan helped Temple to a 12-4 record and a state runner-up finish in Texas Class 5A Division I. He made 95 tackles and picked off four passes while breaking up six more.

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