Brookville’s (Lynchburg, VA) Logan Thomas , referring to the temptation of making a verbal commitment sooner rather than later, admits that “there is kind of a sense of urgency sometimes, but then again there isn’t.” The 6-6, 225-pound tight end/wide receiver recruit, one of the most coveted prospects out of the state of Virginia’s 2009 class, does not appear close to making a decision and currently lists nine schools still under consideration.
“There is nothing new at all with me,” Thomas said. “I’m just letting everything play out right now.”
Not all is the same for the big-time senior. Thomas was recently selected to play in the 2009 U.S. Army All-American Bowl, which takes place on January 3rd in San Antonio.
Recruiting-wise, Clemson, Florida State, North Carolina, Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and West Virginia are the finalists for Thomas, who has been officially offered by each of those programs. He has taken recent unofficial visits to North Carolina, Virginia, Virginia Tech, and Wake Forest and he enjoyed all of those experiences.
Up next appears to be an unofficial visit to Tallahassee to visit Florida State.
“I think we’re trying to go down there on October 25th,” said Thomas, who will be accompanied on the visit by his father and his cousin, Zack McCray, among others.
Though he does not name any favorites, Thomas has always been high on the in-state programs, Virginia and Virginia Tech. The ‘Hoos remain in contention, but did the slow start to the season have an impact on the Brookville standout?
“It sort of did and it sort of didn’t,” Thomas replied. “I thought about how I wanted to be on a team that is competitive, but I still like the school for the school. In the end, I’ll look at the whole season.”
Virginia Tech, which may be represented by head coach Frank Beamer and offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring at this Friday’s Brookville game, impressed Thomas when he and two teammates visited for the Georgia Tech...
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