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Paulsen in no hurry

Three-star tight end Logan Paulsen (6-4, 219, 4.75) from West Hills (Calif.) Chaminade is living up to his reputation as one of the best two-way players in Southern California.
On defense Paulsen has been getting double teamed and chopped blocked all season long and still he has account for 20 solo tackles and eight sacks.
On the offensive side of the football from his tight end position Paulsen has accounted for 23 receptions for 315 yards and one touchdown.
There was some speculation that Paulsen was close to making a decision but that isn’t the case.
“I’m still trying to figure out my trips,” Paulsen said. “I want to talk to my coach before I commit to any visits.”
The top three schools at this time are UCLA, Stanford and Duke with UCLA maybe slightly ahead of the other two.
Boston College and Oregon are dark horses in Paulsen’s recruitment.
“I’m trying to learn about the academics and campus life of the schools that are interested in me,” Paulsen said. “I’m finding out about basic things about the universities but I’m looking for more specific things.”
“I want to start to set my visits, Paulsen said. “I will probably wait until after the season to do so.”
Paulsen and his Chaminade teammates are currently standing at 6-2 after losing a thriller to La Canada (Calif.) St. Francis in a triple overtime game 24-17.
It won’t be getting any easier for Paulsen and Chaminade as they will take on Santa Fe Springs (Calif.) St. Paul this Friday evening and then No. 1 ranked Sherman Oaks (Calif.) Notre Dame in the regular season finale.
Rivals.com rates Paulsen as a three star prospect and is ranked as the nation’s number 16 tight end prospect for the class of 2005. He is also member the Rivals.com Preseason California Top 100 team for the class of 2005 landing as the Golden State’s number 36 prospect at any position.
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