NDSU DE commit Logan McCormick visited his future home in Fargo last weekend

NDSU DE commit Logan McCormick visited his future home in Fargo last weekend, and he went in-depth about it with the BisonReport.

"We had a tour of the new SHAC building and a lot of other buildings like the union and other classrooms," Wisconsin defensive end Logan McCormick said to the BisonReport. "I had a lot of great opportunities to talk to coaches, current players, and recruits. My host was Cole Karcz, and I thought that he was great. I could tell that he cares a lot about program and the future of the program by helping me out and feeling comfortable about NDSU. I think the biggest thing that I took away from him is just trust in the coaches and the process and that will get you to where you want to be."


"I talked with coach Polasek quite a bit because he's my recruiter, also with coach Goeser and coach Klieman quite a bit. I had good conversations with most of them though. Goeser talked a little schematics in the film room and said he thought I could get it down pretty easily, but all in good time. The coaches think I could be a good leader in this upcoming class as well as having a chance at playing early in my career, but nothing is earned yet. They want me at defensive end still. I'd say my favorite part of the visit was great food every where we went, and I just had a great time around all the people. My mom and dad felt like it was a lot like an area around our home. We were all very comfortable in Fargo."

McCormich as a message for Bison fans. 

"I want them to know that I'm really excited to be Bison!"

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