Thomas Visiting UNC this Weekend

After quarterbacking Lynchburg (Va.) Brookville against Vinton (Va.) Byrd this Friday night, Logan Thomas will head to Chapel Hill to unofficially visit North Carolina. The following afternoon he'll be in attendance for the UNC-Virginia Tech game.

"I'm trying to visit all of my top seven [for a game], so this is just another stop on the road," Thomas said.

Thomas, a 6-foot-6, 233-pound athlete rated the nation's No. 3 tight end by, has unofficially visited a member of his top seven each of the past three Saturdays – Virginia (versus Southern Cal), Wake Forest (versus Mississippi), and Virginia Tech (versus Georgia Tech).

Approaching his recruitment on a week-by-week basis, Thomas doesn't have any plans past this weekend. At some point, though, he says he will attend games at Clemson, Tennessee, and West Virginia – the only members of his top seven that have yet to receive a visit.

"After the one to UNC, we'll see [where I'm going to go] after that," Thomas said.

After unofficially visiting all of his top seven, Thomas will determine the next step of his recruitment.

"We'll see if I want to take officials or if I feel comfortable after that," Thomas said.

Furthermore, Thomas isn't quite sure when he'll make a verbal commitment.

"I don't want to drag it out too long, but I don't want to rush it," Thomas said.

"I'm looking for a place where I feel real comfortable and where I can see myself living for four years."

Thomas camped at UNC in June and also unofficially visited for a basketball game.

"I pretty much know a lot about [the school]," Thomas said. "This [visit] is just to get down there to see a game and check out the atmosphere."

With Thomas starting at quarterback and seeing spot duty as a defensive back, Brookville is 4-0.

"The team is playing well – I'm really excited about that," Thomas said. "I'm just really happy that we're winning."

While he refrains from taking any credit, Thomas is a major reason for the team's success. Most recently, last Friday Thomas threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score to help Brookville defeat Daleville (Va.) Lord Botetourt, 36-0.

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