Logan has Huskies in his sights

One of the top safety prospects west of the Mississippi is Mullen (Denver) S Alex Logan. The young man from Colorado has been hearing from quite a few schools including the Washington Huskies and he recently took in their spring game and he came away impressed with what he saw while he was in the Emerald City.

"Yeah, I was up there for a little while," Logan told Dawgman.com recently. "It was cool. I liked the defense a lot. It looks like they have some young guys who can play and they played really fast.

"I think they should have thrown it to Alvin (Logan) a little bit more, but that's just a brother talking."

Logan's older brother has been talking to his younger sibling about his time at Montlake so far.

"He really likes it up there," Logan said. "It would be fun to play together, but he knows it's my decision, so he doesn't give me too hard of a time about it."

Logan recently picked up an offer from another Pac 10 school and some other programs have started to show him more interest lately.

"California just offered me last week," Logan said. "Arizona State has been talking to me a lot more, San Diego State has been talking to me and Michigan State has really started to send a lot more mail lately.

"I want to take some unofficial visits this summer, to check out those schools to make sure I know enough about them. I'll probably go up to Washington's camp and visit my brother as well and I'll probably go to Cal's camp too."

The Logan family are old pros at the recruiting game, having already been through the process once with Alvin.

"I don't necessarily want to make an early decision, but I'm not ruling it out," Logan said. "I want to get up there and check out a game so I'll probably take an unofficial visit to Washington to see them play and I might take an official visit as well.

"I will probably take at least one or two visits just to make sure I'm making the right decision. My dad will help me with the decision, so we'll just make it when we're ready to do that."

As a junior, Logan finished the season with 105 tackles and one interception while helping lead Mullen to a 12-1 record. He said all of the schools looking at him like him at safety.

"Free or strong safety, I really don't care which one, I just want to play," Logan said when asked which position he prefers. "I can play close to the line or center field, I feel confident at both positions and most of the schools have said they like me at safety and they'll figure out where I fit best later."

We'll have more from Logan in the coming weeks and months as things continue to heat up for this talented safety prospect.

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