2003 Profile: WR John Logan

Looking for that "bigtime wide receiver" that almost every school in the country wants? Look no further than John Logan, one of the fastest athletes in America. John already has an offer on the table from Clemson, not to mention a whole host of other schools.

John Logan (6'0,170,4.32) might just be the fastest high school football player in the country next year.

He ran the fastest 40 time at the Nike camp in Alabama two months ago, and he has been clocked as fast as 4.28. The Lexington Catholic High School standout is being recruited mainly as a wide receiver, however he could also play cornerback at the D-I level, and he also is an outstanding kick retuner.

Logan has received several scholarship offers so in the recruiting process. Clemson, South Carolina, Kentucky, and Michigan have all made official offers, and it seems verly likely that more are soon to follow.

"Those are the schools I'm interested in," said Logan in a recent interview. "I also like Miami, Georgia, Tennessee, and Florida right now, but I haven't received offers from them yet."

Michigan was one of the first schools to show significant interest in Logan, and they may be the school to beat before it's all said and done with. He has already been up to Ann Arbor for a visit that reportedly went very well.

Logan figures to be one of the top recruits in the southeast before signing day rolls around next year. Last year he brought in 25 catches for over 500 yards and 5 touchdowns, and he also ran for 665 yards on 81 attempts with 13 more scores. He is most known for his great illusiveness and obviously his incredible speed.

Logan projects as a full qualifier with a GPA over 3.0, and as of right now, he is planning on camping at Michigan, Clemson, and South Carolina. He is also interested in taking all of his official visits and waiting until after the season is over to make a final decision on the school of his choice.

We will continue to keep you updated on John Logan throughout the rest of the year, but you can be sure that he would be one prized recruit should Tommy Bowden be able to land him.

Getting him to Clemson for camp this summer will be critical, and hopefully something positive will come out of his experience in Tiger Town.

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