The new football staff’s first official visit weekend continued to bear fruit on Monday morning as three-star Miami Washington defensive end Tramel Logan Jr. decided to flip from Middle Tennessee State to USF after his visit to Tampa.
DE Tramel Logan Jr.
6’3”, 230 pounds
Booker T. Washington High School, Miami, FL
Recruiting Rankings: Three-star by 247 (0.8356 Composite Score), Rivals and ESPN.
Other Notable Offers: Middle Tennessee State, Pitt, Nebraska, Rutgers, Temple
Serving as a powerful weakside defensive end/linebacker hybrid, Logan was a key cog in FHSAA Class 4A state champion BTW defense that held opponents to 14 points or less 10 times throughout the 2019 season.
Down 21-18 late in the state championship game against Bolles, the new USF verbal made a game-altering play when his big hit on quarterback Ben Netting caused a fumble and allowed for the Tornadoes to take over with 4:17 left and eventually surge ahead with a game-winning touchdown.
On the recruiting front, the First-Team All-Dade edge rusher was being pursued hard by a number of schools including Charlie Strong’s USF staff, but decided to verbally commit to Middle Tennessee State in mid-November. But like Katravis Marsh and Cesar Reyes before him, once new head coach Jeff Scott and staff made him a priority, Logan decided to stay in the Sunshine State.
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