The Newton resident told Brown that UConn, Maryland and Northwestern are on the list. He also has offers from Boston College, Florida International, UMass, Syracuse and Towson.
"Not much has changed recently," Logan said. "I like some schools more than others and I'm gonna narrow my list down to five in the next week or two, and then take my official visits. I'm definitely going to go to UConn, Maryland and to Northwestern.
"I still have to go visit Syracuse [unofficial] to see if they're in my top five."
Although ESPNU has Logan rated as the No. 26 inside linebacker in the country, most schools are recruiting him to play outside linebacker.
"Schools are recruiting me mostly to play Will linebacker," Logan said. "BC wants me to play running back. It's different. I'll be used in multiple ways, so I like that."
Logan transferred to the Dexter School from the New Hampton (N.H.) School following his sophomore season. Last fall was the first season he was used at running back.
"His athleticism and his explosiveness are really what set him apart," Dexter School coach Casey Day said. "Schools like what they see once they get a look at him."
Logan said he plans to take some of his official visits during his senior season, but will likely take some in the winter as well. He said he isn't sure when he'll make his final decision.
"Right now I have no idea about that," he said.
For more recruiting updates on New England's top high school football talent, be sure to check out Brown's ESPN blog.