The Tuley-Tillman Train Keeps Rollin'

OT Logan Tuley-Tillman

Offensive tackle Logan Tuley-Tillman from Peoria (Ill.) Manual is one of the hottest junior prospects in the Midwest. The Big Ten powers have offered as did Notre Dame. Now the SEC is starting to get on-board.

Logan Tuley-Tillman will be one of the most sought after prospects in the 2013 class. The 6-foot-7, 285-pounder from Peoria (Manual) received his first scholarship offer after his sophomore year and now the offers seem to be rolling in on a weekly basis. It was Tennessee offering today.

"I received my first offer from Indiana after I went to their summer camp before my junior year," Logan Tuley-Tillman said..

"Illinois was the next school to offer me and I grew up following them but I haven't had much contact with the new coach so I don't know where things stand or if I still have a scholarship offer. .

"Missouri, Michigan, Ohio State and Notre Dame are my other offers. I just visited Notre Dame for a bowl practice and loved it there. You can't beat the combination of athletics and academics. .

"I've been to Michigan twice and liked it there as well. Playing in the "Big House" in front of 115,000 plus every game would be something special. I really enjoyed the time I spent in Ann Arbor." .

Urban Meyer is taking over at Ohio State and he wasted no time offering Tuley, Tillman a scholarship. .

"Mark Pantoni from Ohio State sent me a friend request on Facebook. He looked at my film and then he showed it to Coach Meyer. When I called Coach Meyer, he offered me a scholarship and told me that he really liked my game." .

Don't look for the scholarship offers to stop anytime soon. When I called Logan for an interview, he had just hung-up with Miami offensive line coach Art Kehoe. .

"Coach Kehoe is an intense guy," Phillips explained. "I really liked his energy. Miami is definitely a school I'd like to take a closer look at and I think they are close to offering a scholarship. I don't have a leader right now. I want to look at all the schools that are interested in me before I start naming favorites." .

Nebraska, Florida and Oklahoma are also about to get on-board the Tuley-Tillman train as well. Logan says he plans on narrowing his college choices down in the summer and making a commitment before his senior season.

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