Logan Moore has been a star on the football field for the past three years, but he's also been a star in the classroom.
Once the play develops, #22's mindset is always the same.
Just get it out of there as fast as I can, hopefully hit the hole right, make a run, break to the outside wherever the hole is, and just get it up field,” said Logan.
“I'm just really into competition, and beating the odds. Just out doing everything. I owe a lot to my offensive line, and the blockers up ahead because they open it up for me.”
His character stands out as much as his talent to his coach.
“He's not only a good football player, that's a given. He's a good person. He's a good student. He's a good citizen,” said Logan's coach Robert Casto. “That goes along way, for our young people that look up to him. They see him as a role model in our community.”
Logan has a 3.8 GPA. The motivation in the classroom is the same motivation that's helped him earn All-District, Region and State honors on the field.
“Basically the same thing, just do the best that I can. Try to get the A's and do whatever I can on the test,” said Logan.
“Logan is one of those types of kids, all teachers would really enjoy having here at Riverheads. He is probably the most polite, cooperative, and very mature young man that I have ever taught,” said his teacher Susan Humphries.
Logan sees football in his future.
“I definitely want to play football is school, or some kind of sports, to get active. As for the school, not really sure yet. I like being outdoors, so maybe agricultural wise as a class field,” said Logan.
Riverheads High School's Logan Moore's talent on the field and in the classroom is why he's WHSV's Student Athlete of the Week.