DESTREHAN, La. — After much deliberation, Glen Logan will not make an official visit to Miami after all.
The four-star LSU defensive tackle commit has been courted by Miami for much of his recruitment, and those efforts have been amped up following the Hurricanes’ hire of former UGA coach Mark Richt.
Richt’s defensive line coach, Craig Kuligowski, reportedly made an in-home visit with Logan earlier this month, but it wasn’t enough to convince the 6-foot-4, 290-pound prospect to visit Miami this weekend.
“Yeah, I chose not to make the official visit to Miami,” Logan told SEC Country. “They’re still a great school and I still keep in touch with them, though.”
Logan officially visited LSU during the weekend of Jan. 15, but he does not expect to take another before National Signing Day on Feb. 3.
“I don’t see a chance of me visiting anywhere next weekend,” Logan said.
On Friday, after five-star defensive tackle Rashard Lawrence committed to LSU, he told SEC Country it would be important for Logan to “stay on the ship.”
With Lawrence, Logan and four-star Edwin Alexander, LSU’s No. 1 recruiting class features three highly touted defensive tackles.
Logan expressed excitement about what’s coming to Baton Rouge, La.
“Rashard is a great player for us to lock up for a championship run, and we needed him,” Logan said.
“It feels really good to hear him say that, but the funny thing is that I can say the same about him. He’s a tremendous athlete and plays very well. In my eyes, he’s a big piece we needed and now that we have him, it’s time to put the pieces together.”
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