Brandon Logan Talks About U-M Pledge

GoBlueWolverine Magazine reported on Tuesday that that linebacker <b>Brandon Logan</b> from Lexington, Ky., High School had pledged for Michigan. GBW caught up with Logan Wednesday to chat about his commitment. <br>

Linebacker Brandon Logan from Lexington, Ky., High School had always been considered a Michigan lean. He first visited the campus as a sophomore, and during one camp won the Smokehouse Award as the player with the fastest time in the 40-yard-dash. Logan made his pledge to the Michigan staff Tuesday, as was reported by "I decided yesterday and told the coaches then," he said. "Michigan has been recruiting me the longest and I am really comfortable with the staff, especially Coach (Jim) Hermmann." Herrmann is the linebacker coach for Michigan, as well as Logan's recruiter.

Logan said it wasn't a slam-dunk for Michigan, however. "It wasn't like I was going to Michigan and wanted to check other places out," he said. "I really liked some of the other schools I visited, but in the end I felt Michigan was the best place for me." Logan had taken official visits to Tennessee and Kentucky, as well as Michigan. His brother, John, was recruited by Michigan before signing with Kentucky.

The 6 foot 1, 210-pound Logan said he would now concentrate on spending time in the weight room to gain strength and bulk. He said he might attend some of the Michigan spring practices, and plans on heading up to Ann Arbor a couple weeks after graduating in May.

He is the No. 31 ranked linebacker in the country according to

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