Logan Cluff-Amperse is not your typical high school football player. He is 6-foot-9 and weighs 330 pounds, all at 17 years of age.
Cluff-Amperse plays for Rockwall High School in Rockwall, Texas, a suburb of Dallas. The football team's head coach, Trey Brooks, has utilized him in the offense consistently. Cluff-Amperse is now the blindside blocker for starting quarterback Braedyn Locke, who has legitimate college football aspirations.
The offensive unit met for the first time earlier this year and has led to great success for the Yellowjackets in 2020. Locke has ample time to throw touchdowns, and it is all thanks to those who block for him. He's helping Rockwall get the respect they deserve, and from the opening kickoff, opposing teams are scared.
Cluff-Amperse is from Glendale, Arizona, and previously played his high school football at Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's namesake school in Phoenix, Arizona. That team does not typically perform well. They lose to more storied programs like Liberty quite often.
Logan Cluff-Amperse's High School Highlights
This kid is just a monster. It is extremely rare to see someone of his size in the NFL, much less in high school. Rockwall is no stranger to college football talent, and Cluff-Amperse should be looked at by more schools.
He doesn't seem to have the raw talent that puts him in an SEC school like Alabama, Auburn, Florida, or the Texas A&M Aggies. His only offers have come from DII and DIII football programs thus far.
Imagine him lining up as a member of the Michigan Wolverines or Clemson Tigers? Just being big isn't going to do him any favors, but he would be a joy to watch on Saturdays. He has received interest from schools in the Dakotas.
— Logan Cluff-Amperse (@LCluffAmperse75) May 15, 2020
Logan Cluff-Amperse may not be on the level of a top recruit such as Arch Manning, but for the time being, he is an imposing force for his high school team.
His football coach has been encouraging, and at his height, perhaps college basketball should be where his priorities lie.