USC is set at quarterback for the 2020 class with Luke Doty of Myrtle Beach. For the 2021 class, the Gamecocks seem to like Colten Gautier of Dacula, GA a lot. Doty and Gautier were at USC Saturday night for the Kentucky game. Another quarterback prospect in the house that night was 2022 class member Grantt Logan (6-1 205) of Mooresboro, NC. He camped at USC the last two summers when recruiter Bobby Bentley first took notice, and he was in for the spring game in April. Saturday night, he got his first exposure to real Gamecock football.
“It was an absolutely great visit,” Logan said. “Such hospitality and kind people in Columbia. We were treated with A-1 service. Everything from the tour of the facilities, the food, to the bus ride from the football facilities, to the stadium for pregame, was amazing. The atmosphere in the stadium was electric. It was family weekend, and it was fitting that my mom and dad were able to make the trip with me. I’m truly grateful for the opportunity to be a part of something special at Gamecock Nation.”
The evaluation process by the schools continues for Logan. No one has offered yet, but it’s still early and he’s still developing.
“The Gamecocks are showing good interest at this point and I’m hoping it is just a matter of time for the offer from them to come in,” Logan said. “I feel like if I just keep working hard in the classroom and on the field that there are plenty of schools that will be interested in my services. Some feedback that I have been getting is that coaches like my size, accuracy, and arm strength.”
This weekend Logan will be at Notre Dame for the game against Bowling Green and later in the month he plans to be in Chapel Hill for the Duke-North Carolina game.
In four game this season according to MaxPreps, Logan is completing 62% of his passes for 508 yards, 8 touchdowns and just 1 interception. He has a quarterback rating of 121.4. He’s also rushed for 3 touchdowns on 11 carries.