Has great speed and is looking to continue his progression in 2015 • Excels as a kickoff return man.
2014 - Sophomore Season
Appeared in all 13 games and started nine at tailback • Finished the season with 582 rushing yards and three touchdowns • Also caught 26 passes for 144 yards and returned 16 kickoffs for 205 yards • Had his second 100-yard rushing game of the season with 110 yards on 14 carries vs. Rutgers in the Quick Lane Bowl • Rushed 18 times for 116 yards and a touchdown in the win at Duke • His 116 yards were a career high against an FBS opponent • Also caught two passes for 37 yards against the Blue Devils • Had 18 carries for 92 yards and a score in the win over Pitt • Had just 48 total yards in consecutive road games at Miami and Virginia • Rushed 14 times for 75 yards and his first touchdown of the season in the win over Georgia Tech • Also caught a career-best five passes for 31 yards against the Yellow Jackets • Topped 125 all-purpose yards in each of the first three games of the season • Had 39 rushing yards and 128 kick return yards at East Carolina • Rushed for 33 yards and had nine receiving yards to go with 92 kick return yards in the win over SDSU • Had 45 rushing yards, 18 receiving yards and 62 kick return yards in the season opener against Liberty.
2013 - Freshman Season
Appeared in nine games at tailback and started four, finishing the season with 533 rushing yards and four touchdowns • Averaged 5.7 yards per carry • Also caught 10 passes for 124 yards and returned 19 kickoffs for 511 yards and two touchdowns • Had an outstanding game in the Belk Bowl victory over Cincinnati with 201 all-purpose yards and a kickoff return for a touchdown • Had 15 carries for 77 yards, one catch for four yards and three kickoff returns for 120 yards, including the 78-yard TD return, in the postseason victory • Rushed 16 times for 92 yards in the regular season finale against Duke • Had the best game of his young career against Old Dominion, rushing 14 times for 137 yards and three touchdowns as well as returning a kickoff 99 yards for a score • The 99-yard kickoff return was the third-longest in school history • Became the first player since Hakeem Nicks in 2008 to score four touchdowns in a game and the first since Shaun Draughn in 2010 to rush for three scores • Finished with 10 carries for 55 yards in the win at Pitt • Had 42 rushing yards and a 30-yard reception in the win over Virginia • Rushed five times for 43 yards and his first career touchdown in the win at NC State • Caught two passes for 51 yards in the win over Boston College • Made his first career start against Miami and rushed 16 times for 61 yards • Also caught two passes for 18 yards and returned a pair of kickoffs for 45 yards • Carried five times for 25 yards in his Carolina debut at Virginia Tech • Also caught an 8-yard pass and returned a kickoff 21 yards.
Northern Guilford High School
PrepStar All-America • Honorable-mention Parade All-America • Rated a top-100 player in the country by CBSSports.com's Tom Lemming • Member of Prepstar's Dream Team (top 150 players in the country) • Ranked the No. 4 all-purpose back in the country by Rivals.com and the No. 2 overall player in North Carolina • Considered the No. 13 running back in the country by Prepstar • Listed as the No. 10 all-purpose back in the country and a top five player in North Carolina by 247sports.com • Earned AP all-state honors and was named North Carolina's AP player of the year for 2012 • MaxPreps Medium Schools First-Team All-America selection • Rushed for 3,146 yards and 47 touchdowns as a senior, averaging more than 10.7 yards per carry, despite playing I the fourth quarter only twice • Had 25 receptions for 344 yards and six touchdowns • Also completed all eight pass attempts for 144 yards and had 12 punt returns for 241 yards (20.1 avg.) • Rushed for 5,614 yards and 85 scores his last two seasons in at Northern Guilford • Set NCHSAA records with 510 yards and eight touchdowns in the state championship game as Northern Guilford completed an undefeated season and won the 3AA title • Coached by Johnny Roscoe.
Favorite possession is his cell phone • Dream job is to play in the NFL • Would most like to play professionally for the Oakland Raiders • Would like to own a Ford F150 truck • Pet peeve is people that talk too much • People say he looks like teammate Norkeithus Otis, who also wears No. 8 • Wears No. 8 because it was his number in high school • Best class he has taken at UNC thus far is English 105: Composition & Rhetoric • Born Tyrone Courtney Logan on Sept. 3, 1994 • Son of Tyrone and Sheila Logan.
|High School:||Northern Guilford|