Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Patriots' picks: Round 3/83 - Logan Ryan, CB, 5-11, 191, Rutgers...Bill Belichick has often praised the Rutgers program over the years for producing NFL-ready talent and tapped into that pipeline for a cornerback to add depth to the back end of the Patriots defense. Ryan was a key part of Rutgers' impressive overall defense last fall. - The Sports Xchange
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04/28/13 - A closer look at the Patriots' picks: Round 3/83 - Logan Ryan, CB, 5-11, 191, Rutgers...Bill Belichick has often praised the Rutgers program over the years for producing NFL-ready talent and tapped into that pipeline for a cornerback to add depth to the back end of the Patriots defense. Ryan was a key part of Rutgers' impressive overall defense last fall. - The Sports Xchange
03/28/13 - 2013 Rutgers Pro Day: Representatives from all 32 NFL teams gathered at the pro day held at Rutgers on March 13, where 17 Scarlett Knights went through a workout held indoors in a practice bubble on FieldTurf. Logan Ryan, CB (5-11 3/8, 192) - Ryan stood on all of his numbers from the combine. - Gil Brandt, NFL.com
03/14/13 - 2013 Rutgers Pro Day: Cornerback Logan Ryan shows good speed on tape, as well, though it was a bit surprising to see him not attempt to improve upon the less-than-ideal 4.56-second time he had in Indianapolis. That allowed the two men who shared the starting cornerback role opposite him -- seniors Brandon Jones and Marcus Cooper -- to steal some of the thunder Wednesday by running in the high 4.4s. Cooper, 6-2, 190-pounds, also registered an impressive 39" vertical and 10'9" broad jump. Only three cornerbacks tested in Indianapolis had a better broad jump, Robert Alford from Southeast Louisiana, Florida State's Xavier Rhodes and B.W. Webb from William & Mary, each of whom posted an 11'0 leap. - Rob Rang, NFLDraftScout.com
12/31/12 - Junior All-America cornerback Logan Ryan (Berlin, N.J.) has elected to forego his final year of eligibility and enter the 2013 NFL Draft. Ryan is the fifth player since 2008 at Rutgers to leave school early and enter the NFL Draft. “Logan embodies everything we look for when recruiting a potential student-athlete,” said Rutgers head coach Kyle Flood. “He is a smart, tough, disciplined player with a tremendous work ethic and talent. He has represented our program in first class fashion and we know he will continue to excel when playing on Sundays.”
Ryan was a two-time All-BIG EAST selection in his career and earned All-America honors in 2012 by Pro Football Weekly (First Team) and Phil Steele (Fourth Team). A two-year starter at cornerback, Ryan finished second on the team with 94 tackles. A Jim Thorpe Award semifinalist, Ryan is the only player in the nation with at least 90 tackles, four interceptions and 18 passes defended. Ryan currently ranks first in the conference and tied for eighth nationally in passes defended, averaging 1.50 per game. He also earned All-BIG EAST First Team recognition, as well as all-conference honors from ESPN.com andCBSSports.com. - Rutgers football
12/31/12 - Rutgers cornerback Logan Ryan will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft. The junior made the announcement Monday at a campus news conference. Ryan was a two-time all-Big East selection and is the fifth Rutgers player since 2008 to leave school early and enter the NFL draft, joining Ray Rice, Kenny Britt, Anthony Davis and Mohamed Sanu.
Ryan finished second on the Scarlet Knights with 94 tackles this season and was a semifinalists for the Jim Thorpe Award, given to the top defensive back in the nation. He is the only player this season with at least 90 tackles, four interceptions and 18 passes defended. - AP Sports