Every team needs a player like Logan Paulson. The 2016 Legacy High School prospect plays multiple spots for his Lightning squad working as a tight end, defensive end and long snapper. The 6-4 210 pounder is a very solid blocker from his tight end position as well as a consistent receiver making 13 catches at nearly 14 yards a reception. Going into next season look for Paulson to up his reception total working with talented Legacy QB and DI recruit Matt Lynch. Paulson’s potential ticket to college football is his ability to long snap. Further, Paulson is athletic enough to snap, get downfield and make tackles.
In an attempt to garner an offer Paulson has had a busy spring hitting combines, camps and colleges. This week Paulson made a visit to Wyoming and will this weekend compete at a combine in Denver. Last week Paulson was in Texas competing at NUC 5-Star Showcase, where he was awarded MVP for his position. In January Logan was a team captain at the International Bowl in Arlington, Texas.
Paulson’s leadership, diverse skill set, he is a three sport athlete, as well as his ability to long snap, make him an intriguing prospect. Paulson also knows what it takes to succeed in college football, Paulson’s older brother Ryan, also a Legacy product, was a starting offensive tackle at Navy.