Georgia Football Recruiting

BREAKING: 2019 DL Zion Logue has committed to Georgia

July 15, 2018

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ATHENS - The Bulldogs picked up a much-needed commitment Sunday night as a three-star defensive lineman committed to Georgia over Tennessee, Alabama and others.

Lebanon (TN) DL Zion Logue, considered a consensus three-star prospect, said on social media that he had committed to the Bulldogs. The commitment gives the Bulldogs three defensive linemen in the class of 2019 and 11 commitments overall. 

UGA’s recruiting efforts on the defensive line have come under scrutiny over the last couple months. The addition of Logue comes after attention paid to him surged over the summer. UGA offered him on June 5th, and Florida, Tennessee, Kentucky and Alabama followed with offers of their own within two weeks. Since his Georgia offer, Logue has become an important target in UGA’s class. 


So what will Logue bring to Athens?

Logue has a nice blend of quickness and athleticism to go along with his 6-foot-5, 280-pound frame. He carries his weight well. He shows good instincts and does a nice job of spinning off blocks when needed.

Logue's length gives him the ability to get up and defend passes at the line of scrimmage. His film won't blow you away, but many schools jumped on him in the summer because he is viewed as a sign-and-develop prospect. It would not be a surprise to see Logue's ranking move some between now and Signing Day.

Logue becomes the second Tennessee native to pick the Bulldogs, joining 4-star Christian Brothers (TN) DL Bill Norton. The Bulldogs now have more consensus top 25 prospects from Tennessee committed to them (2) than the home-state Vols (1). 

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