Logan Dold, three-star safety prospect and Kansas State signee from Garden Plain, Kansas, will…
Dold Loves KSU
Logan Dold, a 6-foot-1, 200-pound athlete from Garden Plain High in Ks., had a tremendous time on his official visit to Kansa State, and if this weekend is any indication he may be bulking up in the near future. "It was fun," Dold said. We got up Friday morning and headed out for the visit. The food was great. I ate ALOT of food!" "I have seen most of the stuff before, but we went and toured the apartments where the sophomores, juniors, and seniors stay. They were really nice." "On Saturday night we went over to Coach Prnce's house and had dinner. I never really expected to be doing something like that, but it was fun though." "Trevor Viers was my host. He plays center on offense. He was from a small town like me. If I had any questions about the school he would answer them." Dold also had the chance to sit down with the KSU staff and talk about his future with the program and where he fits in with the current schemes. "They said that right now they are going to start me out as a running back. If I do not make the two deep or the three deep then they see me starting right away on special teams." "That is what they plan on doing. They want me to come in with the attitude that I am going to play." Dold spent some time getting to know some of the other incoming recruits but for the most part all of the other visitors were JUCO players. "I talked to quite a few of them," Dold began. "For the most part I think that all of the high school guys were already committed. There were some JUCO kids. I think they got a couple of commits. I know the punter committed yesterday and I think they got a commit from a D-end." As a senior, Dold was one of the top prep performers in the state. He racked up over 2,200 yards rushing and 49 rushing touchdowns to go along with 700 passing yards and another eight scores. He earned All-State, All-District and "Fab 11" honors for his efforts.
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