Ja-Mes Logan the 6-foot-3, 185-pound three-star wide receiver from Westfield High School in Houston, Texas, still doesn't have scholarship offers from any of his favorites and claims he's not going to wait much longer.
"I'll wait until the end of December," Logan said. "If I still don't have offers from any of these schools, I'll look at the schools that have offered me."
Logan's wish list of schools is still LSU, No. 4 Texas, No. 1 Alabama and No. 3 Oklahoma. He says his childhood favorite LSU leads solidly.
"They are all still evaluating me," Logan said.
"Our season ended so they have all my tapes and I think I'll get more offers," he said. "A lot of them are just waiting for their own season to end. LSU told me they won't make any decision until after their final game (the Tigers play Arkansas on Nov. 29 to conclude their regular season).
"I really like LSU because they take chances," he said. "The coaches are aggressive. They don't really have a go-to guy right now and I'm looking for a place where I can go in and step up. I'm a big-time player and want to go and make some big-time plays."
Logan, ranked as the No. 116 wide receiver in the country by Scout.com, doesn't have any official visits scheduled but expects to start setting them up soon.
"I'm on vacation right now in Mississippi for break," he said. "Next week when I get back I'll set up some visits."
Logan could end up officially visiting the schools that have offered him: Missouri, Ole Miss, Boise State, Iowa and Kansas are likely destinations. He also has offers from Houston, Purdue, Baylor and Syracuse.
"These are the ones that I'm looking at the most," he said. "Missouri is probably recruiting me the hardest and I love how they throw the ball on every play. It's a good offense to showcase your skills at if you're a wide receiver."
He also likes Ole Miss as he grew up in Mississippi. "I moved to Texas in 2005," Logan said. "I still have a lot of friends and family in Mississippi. It's a good program that is on the way up. They've got good coaches and will be in a bowl game this year."
Logan finished his senior season with 40 receptions for 793 yards and 12 touchdowns. His team was 5-4 for the year.
Logan says he wants to major in business and reports a 3.2 core GPA and 1350 SAT.