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2025 S Brandon Logan Talks Notre Dame Offer & More

June 29, 2024

Communication between Brandon Logan‍ and Notre Dame picked up in a serious way following the 2025 Indiana safety’s performance at Irish Invasion at the start of the month.

Eventually, it led to Logan returning to South Bend for an unofficial visit last week.

“It was good,” the Fort Wayne native told Irish Sports Daily. “I met with Carter (Auman) and we toured campus a little bit. I had already been there before, so we didn't do a lot, but he showed me some of the dorms and stuff.”

The Snider High School standout also had meetings with Notre Dame General Manager Chad Bowden, defensive backs coach Mike Mickens and head coach Marcus Freeman.

“Bowden did all the numbers stuff and all that,” Logan said. “Then I met with Mickens and he took me through a slideshow and stuff and kind of talked about what Notre Dame was about and all that. Freeman did kind of the same thing, but not like a slideshow. We just kind of talked about a lot of stuff for a while.

“I really liked the meetings with Freeman and Mickens. I told him it felt real authentic. Bowden was cool too, he was a little bit more fiery than the other guys.”

And, the Irish also extended a scholarship offer to the 6-foot, 170-pounder.

“It's something I'm proud of, something that's good to accomplish,” said Logan, a longtime Vanderbilt baseball commit. “I'm just going to wait for the rest of the summer, see how the rest of the summer plays out.

“Freeman was just like, 'This is something that's unique and you really need to take your time and there's no rush or anything. It's something that's unique and you can take your time. '”

Logan will indeed be patient and could return to South Bend for the Irish’s annual BBQ.

Although, he’s visited South Bend multiple times now and his most recent trip really brought him inside.

“Little stuff throughout the football program, some people who went there and what they're doing now, even beyond football as their actual careers,” he said of what he learned last week. “Bowden hit on that a little bit when he was talking to me. He was like, 'Only 1% of high schoolers play DI football and only 2% of those college athletes play in the NFL and they only get three years average in the NFL.' So then he was like, 'You've got your whole life to do something else besides play football.'”

Of course as somebody who is focused on just two schools right now, Notre Dame and Vanderbilt, the value of an education is something Logan has long understood.

Logan is also working on developing a relationship with the Irish baseball program.

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