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Draft Scout Logan Thomas News
11/11/13 - I realize the Miami D is not very good, but give credit to Logan Thomas and the Hokies for an inspired effort in a rainy road win after consecutive losses against unranked opponents. Thomas had his best game of the season and maybe his career, completing 81 percent of his passes (25 of 31) for 366 yards and no picks. He also ran for 42 yards in 42-24 win. Tech was a sterling 8 of 14 on third-down conversions and rolled up a season-high 549 yards. - Bruce Feldman, CBSSports.com
11/11/13 - WEEK 11 ACC OFFENSIVE BACK OF THE WEEK: Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech, Sr.-R, QB, 6-6, 260, Lynchburg, Va.,...Thomas led the way as the Hokies went on the road and upset No. 14 Miami to get back into the thick of the Coastal Division chase. The redshirt senior connected on 25 of 31 passes (80.6 percent) with two touchdowns and no interceptions for 366 yards while running for 42 yards to give him 408 yards of total offense. Thomas’ first touchdown throw set a school record for career scoring passes, and he became the first quarterback under veteran head coach Frank Beamer to have 300 or more yards passing in back-to-back games. - ACC football
11/11/13 - WEEK 11 SENIOR BOWL COLLEGE SENIOR OF THE WEEK: Logan Thomas certainly looks the part. At 6-6, 257 pounds, he is an imposing looking athlete that has NFL scouts intrigued. But after starting the 2013 season with a 5-for-26 performance against Alabama, Thomas had yet to live up to expectations -- until this past week. Thomas lit up 11th-ranked Miami, thowing for 366 yards and two touchdowns in the Hokies' 42-24 victory at Sun Life Stadium in Miami. Thomas completed 25-of-31 passes (80.6% -- his highest completion percentage of the season by far) and finished with a quarterback rating (QBR) of 92.9 -- also his best of the year.
Thomas is the Reese's Senior Bowl College Senior of the Week. "(I'm) just thrilled the way we played offensively," said Thomas, who also ran for 42 yards on 10 carries. "I think every win is a big win, but this is especially satisfying."
The win put the Hokies (7-3, 4-2) in a solid position to win the ACC Coastal Division. If VaTech can finish with wins over Maryland and Virginia -- a combined 1-10 in the ACC -- and Miami knocks off Duke, the Hokies would represent the Coastal Division in the ACC Championship Game. - SeniorBowl.com
11/04/13 - 2014 NFL DRAFT: WEEK 10 STOCK REPORT, NFL PROSPECTS WHO HURT THEMSELVES: QB Logan Thomas, Virginia Tech...Not his first time on this list, Thomas had another rough outing this past weekend, including four 2nd half turnovers that allowed Boston College to stay in the game and eventually pull off the victory. The Hokies quarterback made several mind-boggling decisions and was careless with several throws, including a 4th quarter interception by Kevin Pierre-Louis that gave the Eagles the lead for good. Thomas was obviously rattled by Boston College's pressure most of the game and he needs to show a better internal clock to better get the ball out of his hands before the pocket collapses.
He simply hasn't made the progressions necessary to develop from a physically gifted marvel to a complete quarterback the past few seasons. But nonetheless, his natural tools (size, athleticism, arm strength) combined with his attitude and overall make-up will get him drafted higher than his film would suggest, likely in the top-100 picks by a team looking to cultivate that talent. - Dane Brugler, NFLDraftScout.com
10/26/13 - Duke football took another major step Saturday. The Blue Devils upset No. 16 Virginia Tech 13-10 at Lane Stadium for their first road win over a ranked team since 1971. Duke, which has never played in bowls in consecutive seasons, became bowl eligible for the second straight year. In a mistake-filled game, the Blue Devils (6-2, 2-2 ACC) overcame four interceptions by quarterback Anthony Boone. It helped that Duke's defense intercepted Hokies quarterback Logan Thomas four times. Duke won for the first time in eight games at Virginia Tech's home stadium and broke the Hokies' 20-game home win streak against non-ranked opponents.
Virginia Tech (6-2, 3-1) out-gained Duke 387-198 and had an almost 20-minute advantage in time of possession, but its offense made mistake after mistake in another poor overall performance. Hokies kicker Cody Journell missed two field goals -- one from 45 yards that clanged off the left upright and a 40-yarder that sailed wide left. Journell's second miss came on Virginia Tech's penultimate possession. The Hokies' final drive ended when Thomas' pass intended for Trey Edmunds was tipped in the air and intercepted by linebacker Kelby Brown. - The Sports Xchange