Imagine being a high school football coach and finding out a 6-foot-9, 330-pound offensive tackle was planning to transfer in. That scenario came to fruition over the summer for Rockwall (Texas)
head coach Trey Brooks, who welcomed hard-to-miss senior Logan Cluff-Amperse
to his program after a move from Arizona.
After spending his junior year at O'Connor High School in Phoenix, Cluff-Amperse made the move to Texas, joining one of the state's top teams at Rockwall. The Yellowjackets are 4-1 so far this season with a win over Southlake Carroll – nationally-ranked at the time of their meeting Oct. 8.
See Cluff-Amperse's highlights in the video above.
Rockwall is no stranger to cranking out big time talent. Current Ohio State freshman wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba graduated from the school last year after piling up 2,094 yards and hauling in 35 touchdown receptions in 2019.
Only a junior, current Rockwall quarterback Braedyn Locke
is already fielding offers from college programs like Miami, North Carolina and Wake Forest.
According to posts on his Twitter account, Cluff-Amperse has recent offers or interest from the University of Mary in North Dakota, Minot State and the University of Sioux Falls.