North Carolina DT on Clemson: ‘You just get chills being there’

North Carolina DT on Clemson: ‘You just get chills being there’

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North Carolina DT on Clemson: ‘You just get chills being there’

Wake Forest (N.C.) 2019 defensive tackle Jadacus Logan is attracting interest from a number of ACC schools, including Clemson, after a strong sophomore season.

Logan (6-2, 330) visited Clemson for the Orange & White spring game in April and said he has heard from the Tigers since then.

“They want me to come to camp, see me in person,” Logan said.

After transferring to Wake Forest from East Rutherford High in Bostic, N.C., Logan posted 55 tackles, 17 tackles for loss, five sacks, a blocked punt and two fumble recoveries as he helped the Cougars to a 16-0 record and the NCHSAA 4AA state championship.

“I feel as if I do a pretty good job of shutting the run down completely,” Logan said, “and making the ball bounce to the outside, clogging the middle up.”

Schools such as Duke, North Carolina, N.C. State, Virginia, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest have shown interest in Logan along with Clemson.

Logan said he could visit Clemson again next month.

“Probably in June for one of the camps,” he said.

Logan is teammates with Devon Lawrence, the brother of Clemson defensive tackle Dexter Lawrence. Logan looks up to the older Lawrence and even wore his high school number (No. 71) last season to honor him.

Logan’s recruitment is in the early stages, with scholarship offers surely in his future. He called Clemson his “dream school” and would love to land an offer from the Tigers down the road.

“There’s a lot about Clemson that sticks out,” Logan said. “Clemson gives you that home away from home feeling. The people, fans, coaches, atmosphere are unreal. You just get chills being there on any recruiting visit. They make you feel like you’re already a part of the team.”

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