Last time we spoke to Great Bridge wide receiver Logan Heastie he was mainly focused on three…
Mountaineers Land Five-Star Gem
Chesapeake (Va.) Great Bridge five-star wide receiver Logan Heastie and four-star quarterback Tahj Boyd made Bill Stewart a very happy man today. Why you ask? Both standout Virginia players gave the West Virginia Mountaineers verbal commitments. "I had no intentions of committing there, but afte I saw it I was like damn," Heastie said. "This is the place for me. "Tahj walked into Stewart's office and then they came and got me me and told me that Tahj had something to tell me," Heastie explained. "Tahj said I just committed to West Virginia. We were leaving and I was really feeling them, so I went back in to Stewart's office and told him I wanted to be a Mountaineer. "The whole coaching staff then ran out to the parking lot and started to celebrate with my family, it was awesome. The two juniors were in Morgantown for junior day and Heastie just felt that there were two many positives to turn down. "I just felt that the opportunities were endless there," Heastie stated. "I felt that I can dominate the Big East conference and have an immediate impact." Many felt that Heastie was a done deal to be a Florida Gator and judging by his demeanor that was understandable. Today, Heastie said he wasn't a lock. "No, I was open," Heastie said. I just fell in love with WVU. I have seen all the other schools and felt this was the right place for me." Now Mountaineer fans can expect to see more top flight talent headed their way as the outspoken Heastie is turning recruiter. "I have a whole list of guys I want there," Heastie said. "Dorian Bell, Logan Thomas, Jerrod Askew and Damien Thigpen are a few of them." Heastie will have a chance the next two weekend's as he will participate in the New Level Athletics/Scout.com Passing Camp sponsored by Badger in Akron and the Scout.com/Under Armour combine in Pittsburgh on March 30.
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