Nation's No. 2 TE Offered By Duke

Logan Thomas was recently ranked the No. 2 tight end in the entire country by, but the Lynchburg, Va., native could end up playing countless positions by the time he hits the collegiate gridiron with his unique skill set and impressive frame. He recently picked up a handful of additional offers and walked us through his thoughts on each program on Tuesday.

Logan Thomas, a 6-foot-6, 220-pound four-star athlete from Brookville High School just grabbed an additional five scholarship offers over the past few weeks. He is being offered mainly as an H-Back or tight end, however some schools are also looking at him as a signal caller.

"I just added scholarships from Maryland, Duke, Tennessee, North Carolina State and North Carolina," Thomas said. "I also have the original offers from Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. Clemson and Alabama haven't offered yet, but they are the two schools that haven't offered me that are recruiting me the hardest at this point."

"Maryland wants me to play the H-Back position and use me in a similar way that they used Vernon Davis," Thomas explained. "They always have a good football program and right now I'm just trying to learn more about them. I spoke with Coach Al Seamonson last week and thought he was a pretty cool guy."

"Duke just offered me to play quarterback and I definitely wasn't expecting that," Thomas added. "I like their campus a lot and they are one of the top academic institutions I the country which is a plus. Their new head coach David Cutcliffe also developed Peyton and Eli Manning, so you know he knows a bit about quarterback play."

"I visited North Carolina for junior day and liked it there," Thomas stated. "They have a nice campus, great academics and a good environment. They also like me at tight end and the coaching staff there is very good. Head Coach Butch Davis is working very hard right now to get them on the rise."

"I don't know too much about Tennessee or North Carolina State other then they both like me at H-Back. I'll be going out to Tennessee on April 16th for a visit."

Thomas played quarterback as a junior and earned first-team All-District and All-Region honors.

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