Brandon Logan Returns from Ann Arbor; Talks Visits

Ann Arbor is a familiar place for linebacker <b>Brandon Logan</b> from Catholic High School in Lexington, Ky. The four-star standout has made numerous visits for camps and games over the past two years. This weekend he made his official recruiting visit to Michigan. He talked Sunday with GoBlueWolverine Magazine about the trip and whether he made the decision to play for the Wolverines.<br>

Brandon Logan has six scholarship offers, but those six include some of the top schools in the country including Florida, Tennessee, Michigan and Clemson. This weekend he took his official visit to the Michigan campus. Did he commit?

"No, I didn't commit," he said. "I'm going to visit Kentucky next, then I'll make my decision shortly after that."

Logan said Chris Graham was his host.

Kentucky will finish off his visits to the schools he lists on top. Joining the Wildcats are Tennessee and Michigan. Did the visit move Michigan higher up the ladder? "I've been up there a few times so there wasn't really anything much more to see," he said. "We got to look at the academic stuff a little more, and the basketball game was really fun."

The 6 foot 1, 210-pound Logan said he had a chance to speak with Michigan commitments Kevin Grady and Chris McLaurin, as well as Wolverine target Antonio Bass.

Logan also said he wasn't aware of any verbal commitments over the weekend.

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