As a Senior (2011): Played in 11 games as a punt returner, kick returner and wideout ... a consensus preseason All-ACC selection at punt returner ... a first-team all-league choice by Athlon, Blue Ribbon and Phil Steele ... a preseason second team All-America selection by Phil Steele ... made starts at wide receiver against West Virginia (9/17), Temple (9/24) and Florida State (10/22) ... caught a career-high four passes for 41 yards against West Virginia (9/17) ... also had one punt return (8 yards) and one kick return (14 yards) vs. the Mountaineers ... started against Temple (9/24) and had three catches for 23 yards ... caught one pass for six yards, had a punt return for 10 yards and returned two kicks for 53 yards against Towson (10/1) ... attempted just the second pass of his career when he completed a 34-yard pass to Kevin Dorsey on a trick play against Georgia Tech (10/8) ... had two punt returns for three yards and one kickoff return for 26 yards against the Yellow Jackets ... had a season-long 24-yard punt return and totaled 36 yards on three returns against Clemson (10/15) ... also had three kick returns for 75 yards and one catch ... returned two punts for 13 yards and four kicks for 77 yards against Florida State (10/22) ... missed the Boston College game (10/29) with an injury ... saw action but didn't have a return against Virginia (11/5) ... made one punt return for 14 yards against Notre Dame (11/12) ... had two punt returns for seven yards against Wake Forest (11/19) ... had two punt returns for three yards against NC State (11/26).
As a Junior (2010): A first team All-ACC performer by ACSMA ... also a first team all-league pick at punt returner by ESPN.com, Rivals.com, College Football News and Phil Steele ... a third team All-America choice by College Football News ... led the ACC and ranked third in the nation with an average of 18.1 yards per punt return ... that mark also ranks third on the ACC all-time single-season list ... made 31 returns on the year for a total of 560 yards, the second-highest in both school and ACC history (Steve Suter had 771 in 2002) ... one of just five players in the FBS with multiple punt returns for TDs on the season ... posted two of the three longest punt returns in school history ... also served as a reserve wideout ... returned one punt for 57 yards against Navy (9/6) ... made four returns against Morgan State (9/11) and totaled 128 yards (32.0 ypr) ... had a 68-yard return that set up a touchdown ... also had a 37-yard return against the Bears ... had an 85-yard punt return for a touchdown against FIU (9/25), becoming the first Terp to score a TD on a punt return since Steve Suter in the 2004 Gator Bowl ... the return was the second longest on record in Maryland history, outdone only by a 90-yard TD return by Dick Nolan in 1953 ... had six returns for 135 yards in the game, his second 100-yard game of the season ... returned a punt 84 yards for a touchdown (third-longest in school history) against Duke (10/2), becoming the first Maryland player to return a punt for a TD in consecutive games since Steve Suter in 2002, and Logan is just the third player in Maryland history to have multiple punt returns TDs in a single season ... also one of two players in ACC history (also Willie Reid of FSU, 2005) to have back-to-back 80-plus yard punt returns for TDs in consecutive games ... made three returns for 45 yards, including a 29-yarder which set up a TD, against Boston College (10/23) ... had three returns for 22 yards, with a long of 12, against Wake Forest (10/30) ... averaged 13.0 yards per return on four tries against Miami (11/6), with a long of 23 yards ... had just one return for 1 yard against Virginia (11/13) as the Cavaliers used a rugby-style punt ... was credited with one punt return for no yards against NC State (11/27) and had a kickoff return for 22 yards ... had one catch (the first of his career) for 7 yards vs. East Carolina in the Military Bowl (12/29).
As a Sophomore (2009): Played in nine games as the primary punt returner and a reserve wide receiver ... averaged 6.7 yards on 15 returns which ranked fifth in the ACC ... missed the first two games of the season with a knee injury ... had one punt return for 17 yards vs. Middle Tennessee St. (9/19), his first action of the season ... did not see action vs. Rutgers (9/26) ... had season highs in punt returns (4) and return yards (52) vs. Clemson (10/3) ... had a season-long 43-yard return in the third quarter to set up the game-winning touchdown vs. the Tigers ... recovered a fumble vs. NC State (11/7) ... had a career-best two tackles vs. Virginia Tech (11/14) ... posted two punt returns for 28 yards vs. Florida State (11/21).
As a Redshirt Freshman (2008): Played in seven games, mostly on special teams ... served as a reserve wideout and played on the punt-coverage team ... posted one special teams tackle vs. Cal (9/13) ... recovered a fumbled punt vs. Virginia Tech (11/6) which set up a field goal ... also had a special teams stop vs. UNC (11/15) ... stepped in for Danny Oquendo as the No. 1 punt returner vs. Nevada in the Roady's Humanitarian Bowl (12/30) ... had six returns for 49 yards, including a season-best 15 yarder ... also played vs. Clemson (9/27), NC State (10/25) and BC (11/29).
As a Freshman (2007): Redshirted ... served as a reserve wide receiver ... named scout team offensive player of the week leading up to the Rutgers game (9/29) ... had a nagging hamstring injury in the preseason which limited his effectiveness early in the year ... took some snaps as the No. 3 quarterback during practice midway through the season due to injuries.
At Piscataway High School: A highly-touted quarterback who also played wide receiver ... a SuperPrep All-American ... also an All-America selection by Tom Lemming ... played in the East-West All-American game ... threw for 1,500 yards with 10 touchdowns, while rushing for 500 yards with five touchdowns despite playing in five games as a senior ... ranked No. 7 on SuperPrep's New Jersey team and the No. 10 defensive back on SuperPrep's All-America team ... Rivals.com listed him as sixth-best athlete in New Jersey ... had just two picks as a senior as opponents rarely challenged him ... an all-area and honorable mention all-county selection his junior year ... was also recruited by Tennessee, Rutgers, Purdue, and Connecticut ... also ran track ... coached by Daniel Higgins.
Personal: Parents are Robert and Crystal Logan ... full name is Robert Anthony Logan ...... enjoys video games, basketball and running track ... cousin, Kyle Wilson, who also played at Piscataway High School, is an all-conference senior cornerback at Boise State ... father was a running back at Nebraska ... graduated in December, 2010 with bachelor's degree in American studies.
|Logan's Career Statistics|
Career HighsPunt Returns - 6 (vs. FIU, 9/25/10)
Punt Return Yards - 135 (vs. FIU, 9/25/10)
Long Punt Return - 85-yard TD (vs. FIU, 9/25/10)
Kickoff Returns - 4 (vs. FSU, 10/22/11; vs. Temple, 9/24/11)
Kickoff Return Yards - 77 (vs. FSU, 10/22/11)
Long Kickoff Return - 30 yards (vs. Clemson, 10/15/11)