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Name: Kenny Logan Jr. 
College: Kansas     Number: 1
Height: 6-0   Weight: 205
Position: SS  Pos2: FS/KR
Class/Draft Year: rJr/2024

40 Low: 4.42
   40 Time: 4.52
  40 High: 4.60

> Projected Round: 4-5  Stock:    

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Weight: 205

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 Data Scout Notes: 2021: 2ndC/HMC-DPOYC...2020: HMC


 Kenny Logan Jr., Kansas, Player News

  06/22/22 - SS Kenny Logan Jr.rJr/2024, Kansas, 6-0, 205 (DS#4 SS) + More +

  The University of Kansas athletic department has joined forces with Altius Sports Partners for its name, image and likeness initiatives, KU Athletic Director Travis Goff announced Monday. The partnership, which is centered around Altius as a consultant for best practices in the NIL space, was announced by Altius late last week. It does not replace KU's deal with Sixth Man Strategies, rather opens a door for Altius to work with Sixth Man Strategies, and others, to provide NIL opportunities for KU's student-athletes. Sixth Man Strategies - and, later, 12th Man Strategies for KU football - has been handling KU's men's basketball NIL opportunities since the NCAA first began allowing athletes to profit on NIL last July.

According to the Altius release, "the partnership is designed to maintain (KU's) position on the cutting edge in the changing collegiate environment. The Altius Sports team will provide coaches and staff with educational workshops and resources targeting areas such as group licensing, managing external partnerships, and recruiting. Altius Sports will also assist in identifying and advising on strategies to support and empower the program's student-athletes across varsity sports." During Monday's quarterly meeting of the Kansas Athletic, Inc., board of directors, Goff said he was "alarmed" by what had taken place with NIL on a national scale during the past six months. But he added that he remained proud of the way KU approached the changing landscape and said he thought it would be critical for KU's athletic department to continue to evolve in the space. - Topeka Capital Journal


(DS#4 SS) rJr/2024 SS Kenny Logan Jr.Kansas
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  06/01/22 - SS Kenny Logan Jr.rJr/2024, Kansas, 6-0, 205 (DS#4 SS) + More +

  Devin Neal and Kenny Logan Jr. each had reasons to be excited about this week. The two Kansas football players, Neal a running back and Logan a safety, were able to enjoy a bit of a break ahead of returning to campus. Logan said there was a team meeting Monday, and both said workouts were set to start up Tuesday. Both expressed an eagerness to get back to work, ahead of Neal's second season with the Jayhawks and Logan's fourth. Logan acknowledged the confidence boost that comes with the various transfer commitments Kansas has earned, especially in the secondary. And those newcomers join a group that already has athletes Logan thinks people should be keeping an eye on, like a safety in O.J. Burroughs who'll be a sophomore this fall, and others. But, off the field Monday, there was another reason for Neal and Logan to be excited.

They were at the 5K Home Run supporting Family Promise of Lawrence, which is an organization that assists families in Douglas County experiencing a housing crisis. Their participation represented an intersection of the name, image and likeness (NIL) space and work with a charitable organization - an intersection that the two of them would like to see continue moving forward. "I definitely see this could lead to future charitable things, and just doing some good for the community," said Neal, who was also joined by other fellow Jayhawks teammates. "And I sure hope that other organizations come to me and a few other football guys, because I think we could be great representation for their programs." Logan added: "I was definitely excited about this opportunity, but if more opportunities come up for me to be a part of, and me to help out, I'm definitely going to accept them." - Topeka Capital Journal


(DS#4 SS) rJr/2024 SS Kenny Logan Jr.Kansas
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  12/18/20 - SS Kenny Logan Jr.rJr/2024, Kansas, 6-0, 205 (DS#4 SS) + More +

  2020 ALL-BIG 12 CONFERENCE FOOTBALL HONORABLE MENTION: Kenny Logan (KR/PR),...Logan, a sophomore from St. Augustine, Fla., led the team in tackles and interceptions from his safety position, but was selected as a returner. He had a 100-yard kickoff return for a touchdown against Iowa State this season. He averaged 26.5 yards per kick return on 13 attempts this season. - Kansas Football

(DS#4 SS) rJr/2024 SS Kenny Logan Jr.Kansas
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  11/04/20 - SS Kenny Logan Jr.rJr/2024, Kansas, 6-0, 205 (DS#4 SS) + More +

  On the wrong end of another blowout defeat Saturday, Kansas football could at least take solace in what turned into a breakout game for safety Kenny Logan. No stranger to those kinds of performances himself, wide receiver Andrew Parchment has a working theory on what allowed his sophomore teammate to produce highlight after highlight. "That's Florida, you know what I mean," said Parchment, a product of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. "I feel like once Kansas gets down in Florida for the next couple of (recruiting) classes, I feel like we'll have a lot more players just like that." Territorial pride aside, Logan was a sorely needed revelation for the Jayhawks. KU (0-6, 0-5 Big 12) fell 52-22 to then-No. 23 Iowa State at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, but it wasn't for a lack of trying from Logan. The St. Augustine, Fla., native - one of seven Sunshine State players on the Jayhawk roster - notched both a 100-yard kickoff return touchdown and an interception in the second half of a contest that saw KU trail by just 16 with seven minutes remaining.

A former three-star recruit, Logan also had three tackles and one pass breakup versus the Cyclones. It was an outing head coach Les Miles said he sensed Logan would be capable of when he offered the 6-foot, 195-pounder a spot in his first Jayhawk recruiting class. "We watched his film. We did an evaluation. He is just what you saw (Saturday)," Miles said. "He has the potential to break a play. He has that potential to break a game open. Yeah, I probably underexpressed his talent, but his talent is pretty extreme. He's fast and tough and will strike you. "Yeah, I think we'll look forward to him for quite some time." - Topeka Capital Journal


(DS#4 SS) rJr/2024 SS Kenny Logan Jr.Kansas
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  09/06/20 - SS Kenny Logan Jr.rJr/2024, Kansas, 6-0, 205 (DS#4 SS) + More +

  Kenny Logan Jr. appeared in all 12 games for the Kansas football team as a true freshman a year ago. But if your eyes weren't glued to the action during special teams situations you might have missed him. Logan should be much easier to spot when the Jayhawks play this season, with his role expanding to defense. "I think he'll play several spots for us," KU head coach Les Miles said of Logan, a defensive back and returner from St. Augustine, Fla. "Could easily be playing the Hawk linebacker, could be the box safety kind of guy. But Kenny's going to play. He's going to play significantly soon."

One of the more highly regarded three-star prospects in Miles' first KU recruiting class, Logan, a three-star athlete in the Class of 2019, picked up offers from Auburn, Ole Miss, Nebraska, Miami (Fla.), Iowa State and other programs before joining the Jayhawks. In his first year at KU, Logan was too talented to keep off the field. The coaches deployed him on special teams, where much of his reps came on kickoffs. Logan returned nine kicks, averaging 16.7 yards a return. Plus, he ended up returning a team-high five punts, and Logan's 14-yard return at Texas proved to be the Jayhawks' longest of the season. - Lawrence Journal World


(DS#4 SS) rJr/2024 SS Kenny Logan Jr.Kansas
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