Logan quarterback Jaxon Cogar announced that he will continue his education and football career at West Virginia State University on Thursday.
“First off, all I can do is thank God for all of the blessings He has provided me and for making me who I am today,” said Cogar via social media. “I want to thank my family, my coaches, my friends, and everyone who has played a role in my journey and stuck beside me through all the adversity I’ve faced. I am thankful for all of the opportunities I’ve been given. With that being said, after a lot of time and talking with my family, I am extremely excited to say that I will be committing to West Virginia State University to further my academic and athletic career.”
Cogar was having a fantastic senior season before it was cut short due to injury, but through six games he completed 86-of-138 passes for 1,082 yards, 12 touchdowns and 4 interceptions. He also led the Wildcats in rushing with 358 yards and 3 touchdowns on 69 carries.
He’ll be joining a West Virginia State program that appears to be on the rise in the Mountain East Conference in NCAA Division II. West Virginia State finished last season 7-4 overall with a 6-4 record in conference play.
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