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  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


rJr/2024 SS Kenny Logan Jr.Kansas
News Source: Topeka Capital Journal



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