Logan Focused on Upcoming Season

After being hampered this spring and into the summer by a nagging hamstring injury, which forced him to miss various camps, linebacker <b>Brandon Logan</b> from Lexington, Ky. Catholic high school is looking forward to the upcoming football season. GoBlueWolverine Magazine spoke Friday with Logan, and practice has already begun.

Two-a-day practices have already begun for Lexington Catholic as they prepare for their season opener on August 21 when they'll take on Boyle County in the Bluegrass Bowl. Prior to their opener they have scrimmages scheduled with Meade County on Aug. 6, and Lousiville Trinity on Aug. 13. GBW caught Logan in between the morning and afternoon sessions.

"I'm almost 100 percent," Brandon Logan said. "It's taken a real long time to heal but I'm now beginning to put more stress on it and it feels good."

Logan now sports offers from Michian, Florida, and Tennesse along with homestate schools Kentucky and Louisville. Early in his recruitment he had stated a wish to stay in a warm-weather climate. He backed off that desire and said that weather is no longer a factor. "I'm not even thinking like that anymore," he said. "I really don't have a leader right now, we're getting ready for the season so any visits I take will be to games during the season."

Logan commented to TheInsiders recently on the schools that have offered -

Kentucky - It's close to home, and I grew up a Kentucky fan.
Tennessee - I love their facilities, and they have a great coaching staff.
Louisville - It's an up and coming program, and I'd have the opportunity to play early.
Florida - I grew up watching the Gators a lot on TB. The coaches came to see me in May.
Michigan - I like their football tradition. Also, playing in the Big 10 would be a dream come true.

Logan is friend with fellow Kentuckian and Michigan target James Mckinney and the two talk often. At one time they reported a desire to attend school together. As often happens in recruiting, things change. "We don't really talk about going to school together anymore," Logan said. "I don't know what he's going to do, I'll probably decide sometime during the season after I take a couple of my official visits."

Last season Logan recorded 51 tackles. His sophomore season he racked up 145 tackles and was a Student Sports All-American.

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