Three star defensive end Tramel Logan out of Booker T. Washington High School in Miami hasofficially signed his NLI with USF Football.
Logan is the second Miami native to sign as a member of #ScottsTotts on National Signing Day, joining Miami Central QB Kartavis Marsh who sent his paper work in just hours before Logan.
A powerful, state champion defensive end out of Miami, welcome to USF, @TramelLogan10— USF Football (@USFFootball) February 5, 2020
SIGNING DAY CENTRAL: https://t.co/zI7EACPb7u#US2F #NSD20 pic.twitter.com/SFiBZov9GW
Three-Star (.8356) per 247.
Other notable offers: Cincinnati, Nebraska, Pittsburgh, Temple, FIU, Buffalo, Middle Tennessee State.
The 6’4 212 DE was originally committed to Middle Tennessee State. Charlie Strong offered Logan a scholarship by back in August, and Scott kept the offer on the table. Three days after taking an official visit to Fowler Avenue last month, he decommitted from from MTSU and committed to USF in the same tweet.
Logan was a 4A state champion in 2019 and a first-team all Miami-Dade player. He helped Booker T. Washington's defense hold opponents to 14 or fewer points 10 times, which is even more incredible considering the schedule Logan faced down in Miami.
With the graduation of DE Kirk Livingstone, Logan has an opportunity to see the field early in his Bulls tenure.