Everyone had all, but guaranteed Logan Heastie was a lock to head to Gainesville. One person who…
Heastie Visits Terps and Vols
Chesapeake (Virginia) Great Bridge wide receiver Logan Heastie never shies away from competition and that is one big reason why he is currently ranked as the nation's top prospect at his position. Heastie ventured to Tennessee recently to participate in a combine and to visit the Volunteers while he was there. "The Tennessee trip was sweet, it was off the chain," Heastie said. "I loved the coaches there, they were all great people. The facilities there were real nice. They just put millions into them and they are building them even bigger." The 6-foot-2, 192-pound wide receiver also made an unofficial visit to Maryland this past weekend. He may not have been as impressed with the ACC school as much as the Vols, but the Terps still made an impression. "There were a lot high ranked players there," Heastie stated. "Corey Brown and Dorian Bell from Pennsylvania were there and a bunch of others. It was an alright time. I liked a lot of what I saw. "You get free Under Armour there, so that is a big plus for me," he said. "The school wasn't as big as I thought it was going to be either." The last time we spoke to Heastie he was focused on three schools Boston College, Florida and West Virginia. Those three are still among his favorites, but they now have company. "Right now, I would say Florida, Boston College, West Virginia, Alabama, USC and Tennessee are my top six," Heastie said. "I've been thinking about it and I may decide on my birthday on May 15th, but I'm not sure yet." Heastie was humbled a bit recently when he found out that Scout.com had ranked him as the nation's No. 6 rated player overall and the top rated player at his position. "It was a shock," Heastie explained. "I was amazed by that. It's everyone's goal to be the top player at their position, so now I just want to keep on working hard and keep it." Heastie will participate in the New Level Athletics/Scout.com Passing Camp in Akron, Ohio next weekend and the Scout.com/Under Armour Combine in Pittsburgh the following weekend.
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