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WR JA-MES LOGAN JUNIOR
The 6' 2" 190-pounder had lots of step in his spring
Coach Hugh Freeze predicts a big 2012 for the wideout, a declaration that was backed up when the coaches gave Logan the postspring Eli Manning Award for outstanding offensive player. He has made at least 20 catches as the team's No. 3 receiver in each of his two seasons, and the loss of Nickolas Brassell should mean a jump in the new starting flanker's numbers.
DE CHANNING WARD FRESHMAN
Twin treats: he's homegrown and a difference maker
Signing the Under Armour All-America was, says Freeze, "the biggest home run" of the staff's first class. The 6' 4" 250-pounder is an excellent pass rusher, and Rivals.com rated this Aberdeen High product the Magnolia State's top prospect.