Those of you familiar with college basketball know announcer Dick Vitale is wild and zany but there's one phrase he uses that would best describe Jason Logan. "PTPer". For those of you who don't know what that is...Prime Time Performer/Player. Evidence of that was his ability to shine in the state championship game against Summerville where he caught 4 passes for 98 yards and 2 highlight reel touchdown grabs.
Logan came into the season known more for his work on the basketball court where he also shines. This season though he's developed into a solid performer on the football field as well. At 6'3 180 pounds he has good size and he uses it to his advantage. Time and time again this season Logan made some jaw-dropping catches that displayed his athleticism and leaping ability. Asked about his improvement over the course of the season he replied, "Yeah I guess I improved. It's from working hard and getting a chance to prove myself."
He makes no bones about where his bread and butter lies when it comes to his strengths either. "My leaping ability is the biggest strength I have currently." He continues to work on his other skills to become a better all-around prospect but the areas he wants to make the most improvement are, "running better routes and getting faster."
Being a two-sport standout Logan says its not hard for him to juggle the two sports. Currently Logan isn't hearing from any schools he says for either sport but after his performance a few weekends ago that should change in a hurry.
When it comes to the next level he says there are two areas that will be major in his decision making process. "Playing time and education will be big factors for me."
When talking about the state championship game Logan had this to say, "Yeah the game against Summerville was my best game. I had a chance to prove myself."
Inside The Numbers...Jason Logan
Bench Press: 245 pounds
Squat: 400 pounds
40 yard dash: 4.48 seconds
Vertical leap: 35 inches
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