UMass, Towson and Florida International have already offered the 6-foot-1, 225-pound Cambridge native. He told Brown he plans on visiting one-day camps next month at Boston College, UConn, Florida, NC State, Northwestern and Syracuse; he'll also take an unofficial visit to FIU following his trip to Florida camp.
"It's frustrating to see other guys ranked where I am who have 10 or 15 offers right now," Logan told Brown.
His head coach at Dexter, Casey Day, thinks it might be just a matter of patience for Logan, who is being recruited at either linebacker or running back, depending on the school.
"We knew the month of June is when he's going to get the majority of his offers," Day told Brown. "He's an excellent student and he's doing everything right. I think it's just a matter of time.
"I think he's definitely a kid who should have five to 10 offers right now, so he is a little frustrated. I'm not sure if it's his height [Logan is 6-foot-1, 225 pounds], the competition we play or what."
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