Logan Carter is a highly respected member of the Oklahoma State Cowboys and has been used in many ways. He recently sat down with the NFL Draft Diamond author Jimmy Williams.
  • Name: Logan Carter
  • Height: 6’3 “
  • Weight245
  • Position: T
  • College: Oklahoma State University
  • Twitter: LoganCarter87
  • Instagram: l_carter87

Talk about your experience as a student. What is your main / minor? Have you ever been involved in any activity or field organization other than football?
My first degree was in nutrition science – Alliance Health as part of the College of Human Sciences. This fall I will finish my Masters in Health Care Management. I completed my primary education as a member of two different associations with FCA.

What do your teammates say about your best quality?
Instead of talking, I was told that I was a good leader by example. I hope that my commitment and work will be reflected in what I do every day.

What role do you play in the team? What program and / or layout is best suited for your skill set?
I have been a team player and a strong special team in every college. At first, I saw that as a blocking TE, both online and on the wing. I’ve been at the forefront of games and I’ve spent time in the back-to-back position. My position has changed over the years and even into a more flexible TE as a receiver. Overall, I am willing to fill in any gaps that my coaches need to play. I feel comfortable anywhere on the field.

Who is the best player you have ever played in college?
I remember here in Kansas County, Stillwater, OK, I had to attend Wyatt Hubert. One of the most endangered edge-makers in our congregation was a very competitive athlete. He is very strong and his technique is very healthy.

Which of your teammates impressed you the most?
I have been fortunate to have many great teammates over the years. I’ve seen some of the best WRs like James Washington and Thailand Wallace come out of Stillwater. What amazed me every day was the RB Frame in Chuba Hubbard.

Describe in your life when you were able to win a fight.
A new student in a red uniform tore my lab while playing special teams. I was still walking, finding some space with the coaches and having time to play. The injury left me physically and mentally exhausted. Although I believe I am a better person and player.

As I renewed my body, I gained a lot of mental strength and stamina. I took the time to find out why I did so to avoid future disagreements. That’s when I moved on to my first degree in nutrition. I took my strength and stamina seriously and gained weight with more muscle and less body fat. I increased my restrictions and became more physical as a player. I also learned not to waste my time and energy on things I could not control, and I focused on being the best player I could be.

If you didn’t play football, what other sport would you play?
Basketball. My first love was without a doubt. In my first year of high school, I was called MVP of all regions and districts. I also had some interested D2 schools. After 8th grade, I had a coach who believed in my ability to play football. I think that’s when I realized I was going to play more basketball than we could.

What are you most proud of? What do you say is your greatest achievement?
I feel very proud of the reputation I have gained from people who know me. I know my family is very proud, and I know my friends have my back too.

Describe one of the most memorable plays of your college career.
It was the second year of my red college TD when I had a T-shirt. We were playing # 7th in the country with West Virginia. I was a backup at the time, but I was really ready. Someone came down and I was invited to go out on the field. At the time, it was primarily used as a barrier and probably benefited me. Taylor Cornelius threw the ball to me, and I was able to take 20 yards for the result. It reminds us very loudly and our entire line of attack crowded the zone for the end of the festival.

I remember thinking that my father was proud of me. I’m 7 years old, and I always think about it when I play.

Do you have a favorite athlete or professional team? Is there a player who will model your game later?
JJ Watt has been my favorite athlete since high school. I like to think that my game is similar to George Kittle. He is physically restrained and has more ability to accept TE.

Who is your favorite musician? What will happen before the game?
When it comes to music, I’m everywhere. I change what I hear every week. There is so much to practice there. I often read a chapter from the book to prepare for game days Useless By Tim Grover.

What is your favorite comfort food?
I am simple about food so I have to say chocolate, usually in the form of cookies.

What do you do in your spare time? Do you have hobbies? Are there any secret talents?
When I have the opportunity to play cards or dominoes, and anything outside the house with friends at various board games, I enjoy reading. The only thing I call a secret is that I have taught myself to play guitar at a very early stage.

Why do you play football? Who or what motivates you the most?
I am very motivated. I was trying to get people to make mistakes and play as much as I could. Such motivation only lasted a long time. I had to find a new way to burn my drive and stay in difficult times. I am naturally competitive. I hate losing anything and enjoying the process of becoming great. What motivates me is to compete with myself and be better than the previous day. That is not just a football approach to me, but a whole life.