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.
Go Bulls @coach_jeffscott @Glenn_Spencer @DaQuanBowers91 @CoachJules_USF pic.twitter.com/Xlf1S85wPx— Tramel Logan Jr (@TramelLogan10) January 20, 2020
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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