Brookville (Lynchburg, VA) star athlete Logan Thomas narrowed down his list of schools in July and he has taken unofficial visits to most of those programs. Is the 6-6, 225-pound senior close to a commitment or, at the very least, close to narrowing his list again?
“Possibly,” Brookville head coach Jeff Woody replied. “You never know with Logan. I don’t see the list widening, but I do see the list maybe coming to a shorter list. He could throw people a curve ball…who knows. It’s tough to know exactly with Logan.”
Clemson, Florida State, North Carolina, Penn State, Tennessee, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and West Virginia are the finalists for Thomas, who is rated #4 in TechSideline.com’s Preseason In-state Top 40. This past weekend, Thomas made an unofficial visit to Florida State, which offered within the past few months.
“Not only was he there to see Florida State, but he was there to see Virginia Tech again,” Woody said. “He said a lot of good things about the trip. He said he had a good time. He said he liked it.”
Thomas’ visit to Tallahassee was his first experience at Florida State, but his next few unofficial visits will be to two very familiar places.
“I think he plans on going to both [Virginia and Virginia Tech, beginning with Virginia on Saturday],” Woody said. “I know he and a bunch of buddies are going to the Virginia Tech game next Thursday.”
Whenever Thomas makes a commitment, do not expect a press conference to announce it.
“He tries to avoid the limelight as much as possible,” Woody said.
After posting a 10-0 regular season record and capturing the Seminole district championship, Coach Woody’s team now looks ahead to the playoffs. His team has several weeks off before its first playoff contest, but the coaches and players are very pleased with where they are at this point.
“You’ve got to be excited if you have the number one seed,” Thomas said. “Our guys worked hard to get here. We are Seminole district champs. It is a testament to the kids and the coaching staff. They have made my job...
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