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Logan Sagapolu


Offensive Line




340 lbs.


Third-Year Redshirt Freshman


Lehi, Utah

High School


Previous School






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2022 (Third-Year Redshirt Freshman): Saw action against MTSU (Sept. 24) and North Carolina (Oct. 8)…Started in win at Virginia Tech (Oct. 15) helping offense to 449 yards…Saw action against Duke (Oct. 22) helping offense to 327 yards against Duke (Oct. 22)…Saw action against Pittsburgh (Nov. 26), with offense compiling 385 yards.

Before Miami: Spent first two seasons of career (2020-2021) at Oregon.

High School: Consensus three-star prospect by ESPN, Rivals and 247Sports … Played in the 2019 Polynesian Bowl … Rated the No. 6 center in the country and third overall prospect in Utah by Rivals … Eighth-ranked center in the nation and No. 4 overall prospect in the state in the 247Sports composite rankings … Ranked 19th nationally among centers and third in Utah by ESPN … Announced decision to play at Oregon live during the bowl game … Lettered two years at Skyridge High School … Coached by Jon Lehman … Named first-team 5A all-state as a senior, helping Skyridge to an 11-2 record and 5A state runner-up finish … Selected to USA Today’s All-USA Utah First-Team … Paved the way for an offensive attack that averaged 461.4 total yards, 256.5 rushing yards and 40.4 points per game … A first-team 5A all-state selection as a junior … Earned first-team All-USA Utah honors from USA Today … Anchored the offensive line for a Skyridge team that went 13-2 and made it to the 5A state title game … Offense averaged 34.3 points and 192.4 rushing yards per game … Played freshman and sophomore years at Copper Hills High School … Coached by his father Tavita Sagapolu … A 5A all-state honorable mention selection as a sophomore … Chose Oregon over Arizona, BYU, Hawaii, Nebraska, Utah, Virginia and Washington State.