July's a big month for this S

Safety Austin Logan plans on visiting a handful of schools next month. He needs to get the visits in because Logan plans on making his decision at the end of the month.

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Austin Logan (Tallahassee, Fla./Florida High School) is a defensive back prospect getting a ton of interest at this point. Logan, 6-foot-1 and 182-pounds, just got back from visiting both Duke and Liberty.

"I really liked the Liberty coaches and I know so many players there because so many guys are from Tallahassee," Logan said. "With Duke, they are such an up and coming program. They have a lot of things that are set up to make you successful. I sat down with the coaches on Friday night. We went to dinner and they told me the plans with Duke football. He explained everything to me. We had a nice conversation."

According to Logan he has scholarship offers Florida Atlantic, FIorida International, Kentucky, Georgia State, Navy, Northwestern, Purdue, South Florida, Stanford, Troy, Utah, Vanderbilt, and Western Michigan. He just got an offer from the Wildcats late last week.

"I came back from the Florida State on Thursday and I had a Facebook message to call Kentucky," Logan said. "I called and they offered. I didn't see that one coming. I will definitely visit them this summer with my father."

Over the next few weeks Logan and his dad plan to visit Cincinnati, Kentucky, Louisville, Northwestern, Purdue, Southern Miss, Vandy, Western Michigan, and Indiana.

"July is going to be crazy," Logan said. "But I will commit on July 31st so I have to know where I want to go to school.

"I want to pick a place where I feel comfortable, where I feel at home. I also want to have a good relationship with the defensive back's coach. I want to pick a place where a degree means something. I just want to wake up every day and enjoy college."

So far Logan has seen Duke, FSU, Alabama, FIU, USF, Troy and Vandy. He has camped this summer at Duke and Florida State.

Last season Logan played cornerback, where he recorded 42 tackles, six pass breakups and two interceptions. This season he will play strong safety.

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