Logan’s polished mechanics, footwork–and most importantly, his production–already give him the look of a college player. He has prototype size and is a true pocket passer. Understands timing and has a great sense of anticipation and ball placement. He’s extremely accurate and throws a very catchable ball when he sets his feet, addresses his target and steps into his throw. He’s tough and willing to stand in and take a hit. Shows exceptional fundamentals and ball-handling skills. Has outstanding balance and shoulder tilt in the pocket when working through progressions. Shows sound and consistent drop speed and excellent poise when rushed. Plants and delivers off the drop with ease. Does the little things very, very well. Has Russell Wilson-like athleticism–just enough to sidestep the rush and buy a second chance to unload the ball. Keeps his eyes downfield in the face of the rush. Has solid delivery mechanics and a consistent release that’s quick enough to beat the rush. Has the size to stand and deliver and enough arm to place the ball into tight spots at intermediate ranges. Shows great ability to drive the ball vertically. Has a very good (if not great) arm, and can put some mustard on his throws when necessary. Has good timing and an understanding of when the ball needs to get out. He shows great wrist velocity on the ball when released. Rarely misses the strike zone, and shows enough athleticism to get out of the pocket on either side and convert throws. Faces solid high school competition and consistently plays at a high level. Logan has all of the necessary tools and clearly has been well-coached. In an age of dual-threat quarterbacks, he’s an ordinary athlete who nevertheless will be way ahead of most of his peers as a passer. Pocket awareness, timing, size and arm strength define his game.