Stefan Logan emerged as one of the college football’s biggest playmakers as a freshman in 2003. He was named 1st Team All NCC after rushing for 1,155 yards and five touchdowns on the year. As a sophomore he ran for 1,345 yards and three touchdowns, and hauled in 19 passes for 179 yards and one touchdown. As a junior, he really exploded. Logan became a 3 time All NCC 1st Team selection, while earning various All America honors, while becoming USD’s all time leading rusher. On the year, he totaled 1,751 yards and 11 touchdowns, 26 catches for 428 yards and two touchdowns. He did not let up as a senior, rushing for 1,707 yards and nine touchdowns, and added 153 yards and two touchdowns as a receiver. On special teams, he averaged 15.9 yards per punt return with one touchdown, and averaged 28.2 yards per kick return, with one taken back to the house. Logan is also a sprinter on the USD track team.
Logan is a threat to take it to the house every time he touches the ball. He has scored as a runner, receiver, punt returner and kick returner in college. He has excellent speed and quickness, and shows the ability to hit top gear very quickly. Once he gets a step on you, he is not going to be caught. He has developed into a quality receiver out of the backfield over his career as well. Logan has the talent to become an excellent 3rd down back and return specialist.
Logan simply lacks the size to be an every down back in the NFL. He is built well for a player his size, but has a very small frame overall. Playing at the DII level also causes questions about how well his talent will translate. One other issue is that Logan will be a 26 year old rookie next season.
Logan has the explosiveness to make it in the NFL, in a similar role to Darren Sproles or Dante Hall. He has the all around skills as a runner, receiver, and return man to provide a variety of roles a player of his size has to be capable of. His age and playing at a lower level of competition may keep Logan from being drafted, but he could be a player that makes a team out of training camp.