Logan Ryan Discusses His List Of Offers

Rutgers joined West Virginia, Maryland and Virginia as the schools to send an offer to Logan Ryan out of Eastern High School in Voorhees, N.J. While only four schools have offered thus far, Ryan expects more to come in the near future.

"Penn State is on the way," he said. "They told my coach they would offer, it looks like they're just waiting a bit. The Stanford coach sent me an e-mail telling me to call him back because he had good news, so an offer could be coming from them. I also feel like Iowa will offer."

The wide receiver/cornerback out of Eastern High School was just sent an offer from the Scarlet Knights, but claims no favorite as of now. Ryan did say though, that they have some positives to bring to the table.

"Rutgers stands with the other colleges, I'm open," he said. "My dad is an alum, which is a plus, it's an in-state school and I've been a fan of Rutgers."

With Rutgers, he's a fan of Schiano and has had a chance to talk to the Knights Head Coach about the future.

"I like it up there and I like Schiano," Ryan said. "We talked about how I fit in the program, how the team is definitely a National Championship contender, and how he will stay there as long as he can."

He's been in Piscataway for a Junior Day and was there just two weeks ago for Rutgers' first spring scrimmage.

Maryland, who's sent Ryan an offer, will be his next stop for a spring practice.

In regards to his final decision, the three biggest factors for Ryan will be academics, comfort with the college and playing time.

"Academics are important," Ryan said. "Also, how comfortable I feel with the school and the coaches. Where I rank on the depth chart will play a role because I want to be able to play."

Ryan doesn't have a designated time for when he will make his decision, but said it's a matter of feel for a program.

"I'm not afraid to make it early," "It will be when I feel comfortable and narrow down my list of schools."


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