Three-year starter on the offensive line has excelled on the field and in the classroom
Hoyas look to finish the job after falling one game shy of a Patriot League Championship in 2011
Ed Hesselgren and Kyle Miller each make fourth appearance on honor roll
Recognizing our award winners and finishing the job
Seniors rewarded for work on the field and in the classroom
Hoya Insider- Favorite Memory
2011: Appeared in 11 games, starting three at running back...Earned a spot on the Patriot League All Academic Team...Finished second on the team with 295 yards on 58 carries and a touchdown and 29 receiving yards on five catches with one touchdown...Averaged 5.1 yards per carry...Scored a touchdown on a four-yard reception in the Hoyas win over Howard...Rushed for 73 yards on 11 carries in GU's win over Colgate...Rushed for a career-high 78 yards on nine carries with a touchdown in GU's win at Holy Cross...Selected to the Patriot League Academic Honor Roll.
2010: Appeared in 10 games during his junior season, starting twice at RB ... Finished the season with 232 rushing yards and a touchdown and 110 receiving yards, splitting time in the backfield with Philip Oladeji ... Opened the season with 58 yards on eight carries with a long of 32 in a win at Davidson on Sept. 3 ... Had a rushing touchdown in the Hoyas victory at Lafayette on Sept. 11 ... Had 42 rushing yards and 18 receiving yards on 10 touches at Yale on Sept. 18 ... Compiled 31 rushing yards on six carries and 21 yards on two catches at Sacred Heart on Oct. 23 ... A Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection.
2009: Appeared in one game last season, the season opener at Holy Cross ... Missed the remainder of the season with an injury ... A Patriot League Academic Honor Roll selection. 2008: Saw action in all 10 games last season, both as a receiver and a running back ... Had 25 carries for 85 yards and also caught 10 passes for 80 yards ... Had a season-high 20-yard reception against Lafayette ... Averaged 4.4 carries per game during a five-game stretch late in the season ... Caught three or more passes twice ... Had three catches for 17 yards against Yale ... Caught four passes for 31 yards against Bucknell ... Ran six times for 28 yards at Richmond.
High School: Ran track for four years and played football for three years ... Captained his varsity track and football teams from 2004-2007 ... Named all-state for football in his junior and senior seasons and named All-New England Player of the Year in 2007 ... Coached by Richard Martin.
Personal: Son of Wilburn Logan and Yvette Harps-Logan ... Has two older brothers, Chauncy and Gavin, who attended Brown University ... Member of the National Honors Society.
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