DE Logan Cash (6-3 255) of Winder, GA admits to growing up a Georgia fan. But the Bulldogs haven’t offered. Many other Power Five schools have, including Clemson, and Cash said Tuesday night the Tigers lead for him and a commitment may not be far off.
Cash said the Tigers first contacted him last season. Since then he has visited four times including a junior day in March, the spring game and two weeks ago when he stayed overnight.
“I loved it, it was great,” Cash said. “Definitely the atmosphere stood out and how it’s all family. And the facilities. They seem me as a jumbo defensive end or a defensive tackle, possibly playing both.”
Cash also has been to Auburn and Georgia. While Clemson has defined a spot for him in its defensive scheme, Georgia has not bee able to follow suit, which is kind of a deal breaker with Cash.
“I told my mom when I was eight I wanted to play at Georgia,” Cash said. “I went to camp there last Tuesday and did well. They’re just saying they don’t know if I’m going to grow into a defensive end or an outside linebacker, and they are only taking one outside linebacker.”
Cash plans to visit Georgia Tech Thursday and he might taken an official visit to Ohio State at some point. He does know he will return to Clemson in late July for the All-In Cookout with his mom and grandfather.
“Clemson is up there, definitely top three with Ohio State and Miami,” Cash said. “If there is a leader, it’s Clemson. Ohio State is second. I definitely want to commit by the end of he summer, if not before.”
Might he commit to Clemson at the cookout next month?
“It might be sooner than that,” Cash said.
Some of his other offers are Michigan State, Virginia Tech, NC State, Georgia Tech, Duke, Ohio State, Washington and West Virginia.
Cash said he led the state of Georgia in sacks last season with 23.5. He also had 101 tackles with 40 tackles for loss. He said coaches praise him for his motor and his aggressiveness, and he’s draw comparisons to one of Georgia’s all-time greats.
“Everybody compares me to David Pollack,” he said.