Westfield grad Logan plays for University of Mississippi
Westfield High School graduate Ja-Mes Logan caught eight passes for 160 yards, but his Old Miss team dropped a 27-26 decision to Vanderbilt Saturday, Nov. 10 at Vaught-Hemingway in Oxford, according to the University of Mississippi website.
University of Mississippi is now 5-5 on the season. The team's next game is on the road at LSU at 2:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17.
Logan is a 2009 graduate of Westfield High School, where he played football for coach Corby Meekins. Logan was a two-time first-team all-District 13-5A honoree and a Jerry Rice Wide Receiver of the Year nominee. Logan was a SuperPrep all-region selection and the No. 84 player in Texas for the class of 2009. He was rated as the No. 85 wide receiver in the country by ESPN and No. 124 by Scout.com. Logan caught 40 passes for 793 yards and 12 touchdowns as a senior (2008-09). He collected all-greater Houston accolades from Touchdown Club of Houston. Logan had 21 receptions for 325 yards and six scores during 2007-08 as a junior. Born Oct. 1, 1989 the son of Glenda Logan, he is a junior, majoring in criminal justice at Ole Miss. Logan is from Houston.
For more information, visit the Ole Miss Sports website.
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