DESTREHAN, La. — LSU commit Glen Logan can’t seem to put his finger on why LSU coach Les Miles is under all this scrutiny.
Logan, a 4-star defensive tackle and the No. 11 player in the state of Louisiana, admitted a potential coaching change could alter his commitment.
“Honestly, I think how they’re treating Coach Miles is not good (or) right because he did so much for their program,” Logan said. “He did a great job and he’s the second-winningest coach at LSU, and I think he should stay.”
If Miles doesn’t, then it could lead to Logan joining the rash of recruits de-committing from the Tigers.
However, he’ll ultimately wait until a decision is made and then consider his options depending on who’s coaching LSU next season.
“I really don’t know, honestly, because I really envisioned myself playing under Coach Les Miles,” Logan said. “I might reconsider and wait until this whole thing clears up.”
Logan will still make an official visit to LSU, and may be making more trips given the uncertainty at LSU.
Aside from LSU, Logan lists Texas A&M and Florida in his top six, which also includes Miami, Florida State and Texas.
Here’s his thoughts on A&M and Florida:
“I like everything about (Texas A&M) — their defense and how they use their linemen,” Logan said. “I like (Florida’s) swagger, their stadium and that they’re in the SEC, and that’s a team I really like.”
Logan isn’t resolute on playing in the SEC, but likes the idea.
“It’s not really that important to me,” he said, “but I really like the SEC.”
Logan has not planned visits to Texas A&M or Florida, but said he’d like to.