NIU Head Coach Rod Carey, CB Paris Logan and TB Cameron Stingily represented the Huskies at Ford Field in Detroit.
2013: Has seen action in all 13 contests, starting eight...Recorded 38 tackles and seven pass break ups this season...Led the Huskies in kick return yards with 401 on a team-high 17 returns (23.6 avg.)...Made three tackles at Purdue (9-28)...Broke up a pass and had a tackle at Kent St. (10-5)...Recorded a career-high three pass break ups and made six tackles against Akron (10-12)...Made four tackles in a win at Central Michigan (10-19)...Made four tackles and broke up a pass against Eastern Michigan (10-26)...Broke his career-high in tackles with seven in a win over Ball State (11-13)...Intercepted a pass and made three stops at Toledo (11-20)...Forced a fumble and made three tackles against Western Michigan (11-26)...Made five stops in the MAC Championship game (12-6).
2012: Saw action in 13 games during the year. Finished the year with nine tackles, five solo, while playing primarily on special teams. Recorded a career-high two tackles against UT-Martin (9-8). Tied his career best with a pair of solo tackles at Eastern Michigan (11-23). Recovered an onside kick against Florida State (1-1) in the Orange Bowl. Made one stop each against Buffalo (10-13), Western Michigan (10-27) and Kent State (11-30).
2011: Redshirted. Earned Defensive Work Team Player of the Week honors against Cal Poly (9-24), Kent State (10-8) and Eastern Michigan (11-25).
High School: Selected to Central Missouri's Class 6A all-district team. Member of the Columbia Tribune All-Area team in 2010. Tallied six interceptions in his final two seasons. Emerged as the Bruins shutdown corner. Team leader in interceptions with a career-high five, returning one for a touchdown in 2010. Recorded 74 stops, 37 solo, during his senior campaign.
Personal: Born Feb. 7, 1992 in Columbia, Mo. Son of Rebecca Dennis. Industrial management and technology major.
LOGAN'S SINGLE GAME CAREER HIGHS
Tackles: 7, vs. Ball State, 11-13-13 PBUs: 3, vs. Akron, 10-12-13