BisonReport.com: What is your current height and weight? What weight would the NDSU staff like you to report at this summer?
Logan McCormick: I'm 6'2" 235 lbs and they told me I don't need to put on much more until I get there.
BisonReport.com: What are your individual and team goals you hope to accomplish during your college career?
LM: Individual goals, I would just like to get better every single day for as long as I'm there. By the end of my career I will hopefully become a good football player. Team goals, I hope to win some conference championships and see if we can keep the tradition of a successful program at NDSU.
BisonReport.com: What are you looking to work on the most this spring to prepare yourself for Missouri Valley football?
LM: The thing I want to work on the most this spring is getting in good condition before I head to camp to make sure that I'm ahead of the game and ready to go.
BisonReport.com What future moment are you looking forward to the most as a Bison?
LM: I'm looking forward to coming out of that tunnel on game day with all the fans being as loud as they can be and playing for the guys next me.
BisonReport.com: What was the main reason you chose to attend North Dakota State University?
LM: I chose NDSU because it was a good fit for me. I come from a successful program in high school and NDSU is at the top tier of their level and it just felt like home to me.
BisonReport.com: What team do you want to beat the most as a Bison and why?
LM: As of right now I have no enemies in the conference, but I think the biggest game and rivalry for me will be SDSU. Just because of all the tradition and competition of the game it will always be a fun one I will want to win.
BisonReport.com: Is there any unfinished academic business or are you all set to enroll at NDSU?
LM: I'm ready to enroll.
BisonReport.com: If you don't make it to the NFL, where do you see yourself in 10 years?
LM: In 10 years or after my career I see myself being a coach. Ever since I was young I have had the ability to lead and these past few years the coaches I've grown up with have really affected me in a way that I want to do the same for other people and I think coaching is the best option for me.
BisonReport.com: What is it about Coach Klieman and the coaching staff that makes you want to play for them?
LM: I want to play for this staff because they truly care about the players as people first. They all put in a bunch of work and it's the players duty to do as much as they can to do what they were coached to do
BisonReport.com: What is something you learned about North Dakota State University that surprised you during the recruiting process?
LM: I was surprised with how many people are so interested in all of the recruiting. I remember being at a game early in the year and there were fans who knew who I was and where I came from, and I think that's when I realized that Fargo is a special place filled with special people.
BisonReport.com: What position do you expect to play at NDSU? What other position did the Bison staff mention as a possibility?
LM: I expect to play Defensive End in the future, and they said I could maybe play inside if I am able to put on weight but that's in the future.
BisonReport.com: What have the coaches told you regarding how they plan to utilize your strengths as a player?
LM: The coaches have talked to me a lot about my leadership and how they think I can be a good leader for my class as well as the team in the future, and they think that I can be a good defensive end in the pass and run game.
BisonReport.com: Have you had any communication with other NDSU recruits and if so what?
LM: I have had some communication with other players in a group message, but little one on one. I've got to know them a little bit and they seem like a great group of guys.
BisonReport.com: What player do you model your game after and why?
LM: All my life I modeled my play after my brother because I knew that he was a good football player and was respected through our team, and as I've grown through high school I've added my own techniques and strengths to what he taught me from when I was still learning as an underclassmen.