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95 DAYS TO 2018 KICKOFF: Logan Stoddard

In which BracketCat counts down the 95th day until the 2018 kickoff with a profile of defensive tackle Logan Stoddard.

#95 Travis Britz
So far, Logan Stoddard has had no playing time in the program. But if he finally gets on the field this season, I don’t look for him to have quite the same impact as, say, a Travis Britz (95).
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#97 Logan Stoddard

Redshirt Senior | 6-0 | 257 lbs. | Wamego, Kansas
Logan Stoddard
Logan Stoddard
Courtesy Kansas State Athletics
  • Position: Defensive Tackle
  • Previous College: Highland (Kan.) Community College
  • Projection: Third-String
  • Status: Preferred Walk-On

Logan Charles Stoddard (b. June 11, 1996) is a walk-on defensive tackle from Highland Community College who did not see any game action in 2016 or 2017.

He started for the White team in the 2017 spring game, but did not play in this year’s spring game (due to some kind of injury, I assume).

A four-year letter-winner at linebacker for Wamego High School under head coaches John Scoggins and Dale Burkholder, Stoddard picked up all-state honors from The Wichita Eagle and The Topeka Capital-Journal as a senior in 2013, in addition to earning all-league and all-area honors as a junior and senior for the Red Raiders.

He also was a four-year letter-winner in baseball and powerlifting, earning consecutive league championships and all-league honors as a catcher in baseball, while he was the Kansas Class 4A state runner-up in powerlifting as a senior.

After redshirting in 2014, Stoddard played in 10 games during the 2015 season for the Scotties under head coach Aaron Arnold. He came away with 34 tackles, 4.5 tackles for loss, two sacks and a fumble recovery.

Stoddard also had a season-high seven tackles in the season finale at Dodge City Community College, bettering his previous season high of six stops at Iowa Central Community College (ICCC).

He had a season-high 1.5 tackles for loss at ICCC and a sack against Coffeyville Community College. His stepmother, April, is an accountant for K-State Athletics.