Logan's Run: Is PSU in Mix?

With the summer camp circuit quickly coming up, many recruits are making their plans on which schools to hit. Tony Logan is no different. The 5-foot-11, 180-pound cornerback from Piscataway Township High in Piscataway, N.J., has begun the process of planning his summer and where he will camp.

“Everything has been getting a little bit more hectic,” Logan said. “Getting close to the summertime, coaches are trying to figure out who they want. I have basically taken every situation and plan on looking at every school that has shown interest in me. I'm trying to figure out where I want to camp this summer.”

Logan, whose offer count is up to 15, has received written offers from Rutgers, West Virginia, Boston College, Temple, Kansas State, Connecticut and Mississippi State, among others. Logan indicated that he does not have an offer from Penn State, but that he has been hearing from the Nittany Lions' staff.

“I just talked to Coach [Dick] Anderson, he was at my school about a week ago,” Logan said. “He said that if I come to their camp, they will offer me.”

In the middle of his summer camp planning, Logan said he has yet to decide on whether he will ultimately camp at Penn State.

“I'm not sure yet,” Logan said. “I'm looking at all of the schools. [Penn State] is definitely a school on my list, but I'm trying to go to most of the schools that have offered me and go to their camps.”

At this point, Logan seems to be showing more interest in the schools that have shown early interest. While Logan said he is interested in Penn State, it appears as though the Nittany Lions have some catching up to do.

“I have a little bit of interest in Penn State, but they haven't been recruiting me as hard,” Logan said. “I've been focusing on the schools that have shown the most interest in me. At this point in the beginning of my recruitment, [Penn State] is not showing much interest, but I don't know.”

However, Logan said that an offer from Penn State would be intriguing.

“It would influence [my decision] a lot,” Logan said. “It's a big school and I've always liked their style of play. It would influence a lot. If they were to offer, I would definitely check them out.”

Also on the mind of Logan is what position he'll play in college. A versatile athlete, Logan is being recruited at a multitude of positions. According to him, he does not have a preference.

“All of the schools are offering me as a cornerback, quarterback and some as a receiver,” Logan said.

As for the near future, Logan will play on both sides of the ball in his upcoming high school season as a quarterback and cornerback.

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