Brookville (Lynchburg, VA) recruit Logan Thomas represented the victorious East squad in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on January 3rd. Coming off a senior season in which he led Brookville to an undefeated regular season and a runner-up finish in the Group AA, Division 3 state playoffs as the team’s starting quarterback, the Army game offered a glimpse into what his future at Virginia Tech.
AP Group AA Player of the Year in 2008, Thomas, who is TSL’s top ranked in-state player in the 200 class, is being recruited by Tech as a wide receiver. He hauled in two receptions including a 42-yarder in the Army Bowl game. It was the first time he had played receiver since very early on in his junior year, though he did play the position as a sophomore.
Q&A with Logan Thomas
TSL: What was the overall experience like in San Antonio?
Logan Thomas : “It was a fun experience and a great experience. It was great for me. I have a lot to take from it, with the experience and being able to play with and against players of that caliber. Overall, it was a great week. I made pretty good friends. I had a great time.”
TSL: Was it a nice way to wrap up your high school football career?
Logan Thomas : “It was definitely a good end to my high school career. It was a nice way to end everything, to kind of know I’m getting everything I’ve worked real hard for.”
TSL: Besides the game, what was your favorite part of the experience?
Logan Thomas : “It was nice just going out every night, chilling with those other guys. You hear about every one of those guys being 5-star and 4-star players, but they are all just like regular guys. They were just kids trying to get to college, just like I am.”
TSL: How would you assess your performance at the Army game? Was it tough adjusting to the wide receiver position?
Logan Thomas : “The...
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