Logan's sophomore transcripts are lost in NCAA files, due to a transfer between high schools, which makes the linebacker unable to be considered for admittance at Northwestern, and prevents an official visit in Evanston from happening.
"I told (Northwestern coaches) if I go up there, I'll commit," Logan said. "I can't get up there, so I don't know what to do."
Logan said admitted he would likely commit to Northwestern if he was able to see campus, but it's unclear whether he will be able to do so.
"I'm not going to commit to a school unless I can do an official visit," said Logan
Logan has been in contact with the NCAA, pleading for a resolution to the complication, but has yet to receive an answer. Logan is frustrated because he had become high on Northwestern, and developed a close relationship with the coaching staff.
"It's unfortunate because I was pretty set on going," said Logan "I sent my stuff to the NCAA and they're taking forever. Is sent it in the summer but I don't know what's going on. It's like I'm suffering for something that's not my fault."
The standout linebacker has made plans to give his verbal commitment in the coming weeks. The only possible way he ends up a Wildcats is …"If something crazy happens."