Brandon Logan Talks About Visits

Linebacker <b>Brandon Logan</b> from Catholic High School in Lexington, Ky. returned from his unofficial visit to Tennessee enamored with the UT. Did the trip move the Vols up and, more importantly to Michigan fans, did it knock the Wolverines off the top spot on Logan's list of favorites? <br><br> Also, Logan told GoBlueWolverine Magazine his plans for the upcoming weekend.

Though the offers are barely enough to cover one hand, the few linebacker Brandon Logan has are from some of the top football programs in the country. Florida, Tennessee and, of course, Michigan. The four-star standout also claims offers from Clemson, Kentucky and Lousiville. Logan told GoBlueWolverine earlier in Oct. that he would be heading up to Ann Arbor for the Michigan-Michigan State game this weekend. Those plans are still on as Logan and his parents will make the trek. With the 3:30 start they begin the four hour drive Saturday morning. "I was up there for a game one before, when Michigan was recruiting my brother (John Logan, who later signed with Kentucky)," Logan said. "I'm really excited about going up again for the game and seeing all those people."

The 6 foot 1, 210-pound Logan was surrounded by another large group of people this past Saturday as he made the jaunt to Knoxville to catch Tennessee sneak by Alabama 17-13. "I had a real good time," he said. "All those people, it was a great game and the atmoshpere was unbelievable." When asked to compare the climate at the UT game compared to others he's attended, all he could say was, "Man, there were 110,000 people there."

Was the trip, coupled with all the excitement, enough to overtake Michigan as Logan's favorite? "It certainly moved them up to the top along with Michigan," he said.

The No. 29 ranked linebacker in the country, according to, said he will most likely take all of his official visits after his season is complete. While he didn't have exact stats he said he has around 70-80 tackles on the season. Lexington Catholic is 8-1 and riding a seven game winning streak. They whipped Western Hills Friday 59-14 and head to Anderson County for the season finale this Friday.

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