On Thursday, Logan told PurpleWildcats.com that he had hoped to visit Northwestern, but was unable to take an official visit. Logan's sophomore transcripts were lost due to a transfer between high schools, and he cannot be considered for admittance at Northwestern.
Logan called the NCAA numerous times, asking for a resolution to the issues, but was continuously left waiting.
"It's unfortunate because I was pretty set on going," said Logan on Thursday "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."
Logan committed to Maryland as a running back prospect. He was offered by Northwestern to play linebacker. The talented two-way prospect ran for 823 yards and eight touchdowns as a junior, and finished with 40 tackles and seven sacks on defense as a linebacker.