Logan-El Visits Terps Again

Antonio Logan-El made a commitment to Maryland during the summer before his junior year. Now, a year and a half later, the Forestville, Md. four-star offensive lineman took an official visit to College Park as a possible chance to reaffirm that commitment.

"It went really good. I got a chance to see some things that I couldn't see before, like the academic facilities and meet with some professsors," Logan-El said. "I plan to major in criminal justice, so I got a chance to sit down and talk with the department director.

"I got to hang out with the players, talk a little trash with the players, and just had a good tioe. They said some things they liked and even said some things they wished they could change."

The official visit was Logan-El's second of the recruiting season, and he says the trip was not too different from his visit to Oklahoma (10/2).

There are some things that are similar. Probably the biggest difference was that the Oklahoma trip was a game day, but at the same time I have been to two Maryland games this year."

Logan-El plans to take all five official visits before deciding from a list of Florida (1/13), Maryland, Oklahoma, Penn State, Tennessee (12/10), and Virginia (1/20).

"The six schools I am looking at have a great opportunity that they have shown me. I am still wide open on my recruitment so sounds. Once I have taken all my visits to the rest of the three schools, I can have a good feel what is the right. Once I get all my official visits out of the way, I could make a decision then or I may wait."


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