Logan says he's a Husky

Every year players come out of nowhere to get offers from programs and Regis Jesuit (Aurora, CO) ATH Alvin Logan is just such a player. He's flown under-the-radar most of the season for a team that struggled in the win-loss column, but the Washington Huskies took notice and offered him earlier this week.

"They offered me on Tuesday," an excited Logan told Dawgman.com. "Coach Willingham called and he said he liked my tape a lot and that I was exactly the kind of player they were looking for so he said ‘I have an offer waiting for you right here'.

"After a moment of being excited, I asked him if I could commit right then and he said ‘yes', so that's when I told him I wanted to commit and become a Husky."

Logan chose the Huskies over offers from Arizona and Air Force and interest from Nebraska, Northwestern and Houston.

"I chose Washington for two reasons – a great education and coach Willingham," Logan said. "He's such a great man and a great worker. He has a great relationship with his players and his team and I love the way he coaches. He's a coach I want to play for."

This past season he was the leader of a team that struggled to a 2-8 record, but he still managed to post 34 receptions for 550 yards and nine touchdowns while also piling up 88 tackles and one interception from his free safety position.

"I'm basically coming in as an athlete," Logan said. "They like my size (6-2, 197) and speed (4.47) so they said I could play at a number of places for them.

"If I had to choose, I would probably choose wide receiver because I've done it longer, but I have a passion for playing defense too. Really, I have a passion for playing football in general, so it really doesn't matter that much."

Logan is also very close with another player the Huskies are heavily recruiting – Montbello WR Drew Davis – who was just up in Seattle on his official visit to Montlake.

"He told me he had a great time and that I would really like it up there," Logan said. "I've never been to Seattle before so when I go up on my official visit, that's when I'll get to see where I'm going to spend my college career.

"He and I have talked about going to school together and I'll be working on him to come up there with me. I would love that to happen because we're pretty close."

Logan hasn't set up his official visit yet, but said he plans to come up in December and also mentioned it will be the only visit he takes.

"I'm done with recruiting," Logan said. "Washington is where I want to go and I can't wait to see it for myself."

Logan said he plans to major in either Architectural or Civil Engineering at Washington and has heard the program is "second to none". He carries a 3.5 GPA and has passed his SAT so he's fully qualified.

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