"I got an offer from Clemson," Brandon Logan said. "That make six - Michigan, Louisville, Kentucky, Florida, Tennessee and now Clemson. I haven't set up any visits yet, the coaches are calling but we haven't really talked about that. Nobody really leads right now." Logan said he may take a couple visits during the season and some after.
Logan suffered from a nagging hamsting injury over the summer that kept him from attending any camps. He said he is back to 100 percent.
The 6 foot 1, 210-pound Logan watched the Michigan - Notre Dame Saturday. "It was an exciting game, really fun to watch," he said. "I really didn't pay attention to how the defenses were playing, I was just enjoying the game."
Logan paid a visit to Louisville for the Cardinals game against in-state rival Kentucky. "It was a lot of fun," he said. "It was the first time I had been to Louisville."
Lexington Catholic takes on Franklin County this Friday.
Logan Picks up Another Offer, Claims no Leader
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