Offensive tackle Logan Dietz out of Pittsburgh (Pa.) Central Catholic made his decision recently. Where is the 6-foot-6, 265-pounder headed?
"I committed to Bowling Green about two weeks ago," he said. "I'd say it was the comfort level. I was comfortable with the campus, the coaching staff was really friendly and everybody up there was so nice. I really like the campus and I feel Bowling Green gives me a good opportunity for some playing time."
Dietz committed to the Falcons over offers from Akron, Toledo, West Virginia and Old Dominion.
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"I just think Bowling Green is a better fit for me personally than West Virginia," he said. "West Virginia is a big-time football program, but I just felt comfortable on Bowling Green's campus. It was just a place that fit me."
Dietz discussed his decision further.
"The staff likes to develop a personal relationship with the players and they are always asking how you're doing on the field and in the classroom, how your family is doing," he said. "Every time I'm up there each one of the coaches says hi."
Of course, playing time is a factor too.
"That is another thing that attracted me there," he said. "They are saying they think I could have that opportunity to play there. I'd like to see what happens whenever I get up there."
This season, Dietz is playing well for one of the nation's top teams.
"I started off at tackle, but I'm playing defense too," he said. "I've gotten four sacks there and I'm doing great on offense. I feel really comfortable with everything; I'm not making any mistakes at all. I can physically impose my will on players this year."