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2025 S Brandon Logan Makes Point To Perform At Notre Dame

June 4, 2024

Brandon Logan‍ isn’t not doing a tour of college football camps this summer.

But that didn’t stop the 2025 Indiana safety from performing at Notre Dame’s Irish Invasion on Sunday.

“I thought I did pretty good,” the 6-foot, 170-pounder told Irish Sports Daily afterward. 

“Coach (Chad) Bowden came up to my mom after and said that I killed it in the skills testing. I talked with the DB coach after and he said he wanted to tell me that I did really well and I've got some good tools that I can definitely build on.”

The Fort Wayne Snider High School standout appreciated the words of encouragement.

“It was good,” he said. “During the camp, when they were helping me - if somebody caught a pass on me in one-on-ones - they'd be like, 'Hey, you did this, you did this, here's how you can improve and stuff.' 

“I also liked how at the end we did the competition stuff and I got picked to go out there and guard the guy in one-v-one and I won my rep. So that was also cool. But it was nice hearing that and knowing that I did well after the camp.”

Logan has offers from Indiana and Iowa, but he isn’t searching for a ton of additional offers and doesn’t have any other camps scheduled.

“I literally won't do another football (camp) for the rest of the summer,” Logan said. “I'll just be doing high school football stuff and baseball.”

Logan is a longtime Vanderbilt baseball commit, so he isn’t on the hunt for other opportunities.

“Obviously, I'm not going to just turn down an opportunity to go to Vanderbilt to play baseball,” he said. “I love Vanderbilt. I love Coach (Tim) Corbin. I love the coaching staff there. I love the way the program is run. It's a lot like a football program in a way. It's very regimented and almost military.”

But he did add an important caveat.

“It would have to be a school like Notre Dame,” he said. 

Logan acknowledged the fact that Notre Dame was the one camp he did hit says something.

“That's an important one that I wanted to do,” he said. “I also got invited to the IU camp and stuff like that, but Notre Dame was one that I was like, 'Yeah, I want to go to.'”

There’s plenty that is appealing to Logan about Notre Dame.

“It's not a bad drive from my house, to be honest,” he said. “It's only two hours northwest and the environment's cool. When I went this past fall, I took one of my buddies on a game day visit and it was obviously fun. The atmosphere was electric.

“Notre Dame's obviously a historical football program and I take pride in that. I go to Fort Wayne Snider and we also have a historical football program. I think that part attracts me to it as well.”

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