Logan Massengale, 6-6, 270 pound, offensive tackle from Brentwood – Ravenwood High School (Tenn.) a…
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Logan Massengale, a former quarterback, reported of potential offers, "Western Kentucky at the beginning of May is when they are probably going to hopefully give me an offer. Hopefully in about a week or two it will be completely official." "Vanderbilt is interested and along the same lines as Western Kentucky, but they are not as open about it." "Tennessee is starting to come along. They came to school. Memphis is looking like they are really interested." Massengale explained of Western Kentucky, "I like that they are redoing the entire football program. They are adding 30,000 new seats and the locker room. It has a pretty campus, and I like that." One program that is after Massengale is almost in his backyard, Vanderbilt. "Vanderbilt is a top notch academic school above all," he said. "If I go there I am guaranteed a $80,000 job with a Vanderbilt diploma. I really like the staff. I really like Coach Cain. I've gotten to spend a lot of time with him over the last year. Vanderbilt shows promise, and I think they could really be something in about two to three years." He also spoke of a gaining interest from in state power Tennessee. "I met with the offensive line coach, Greg Adkins," Massengale said. "He said they were going to sign about six offensive linemen this year, and that they were interested. He said they like the way I play, and they like my body frame because I could put on 70 pounds and it would look like I put on 40." "They dropped off two camp brochures. They left a senior camp and an offensive line camp brochure." To help pull off the in-state trio he explained the interest from Memphis. Massengale said, "They are sending me a bunch of hand letters. They are impressed how I went from being a 190-pound quarterback to being a 260 pound offensive lineman. They like the way I play and my intensity. They are interested in me coming down to their camp." Massengale said of having plans for this summer, "A little bit, but I don't have an official plan yet. It really changes my mind when schools come up to see me. Number one I am going to fly to Michigan and go to their camp. Then Georgia's is for sure, and Tennessee since they came and talked to me. If Western Kentucky and Middle Tennessee keep talking to me I will probably go to their camps."
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