Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Northern Guilford's TJ Logan NC AP player of the year

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) – Northern Guilford running back T.J. Logan is The Associated Press prep football player of the year for North Carolina for the 2012 season. 
Logan ran for 3,146 yards and 47 touchdowns to lead the Nighthawks to a third straight state championship. That included a record-setting performance in the Class 3-AA final, where he ran for 510 yards and eight touchdowns against Charlotte Catholic. 
Logan earned 12 of a possible 17 votes from sports writers across the state in results released Wednesday. Charlotte Catholic running back Elijah Hood was second with two votes after rushing for 3,309 yards and 48 touchdowns. 
Logan has committed to play for North Carolina.

Winners of The Associated Press prep football player of the year award for North Carolina: 
2012–T.J. Logan, RB, Northern Guilford 
2011–Todd Gurley II, RB, Tarboro 
2010–Vad Lee, QB, Durham Hillside 
2009–K.P. Parks, RB, West Rowan 
2008–Xavier Nixon, OT, Fayetteville Britt 
2007–Darius Thomas, QB, West Charlotte 
2006–Quan Warley, RB, Thomasville 
2005–Quan Warley, RB, Thomasville 
2004–Joe Cox, QB, Charlotte Independence 
2003–Andre Brown, RB, Greenville Rose 
2002–Chris Leak, QB, Charlotte Independence 
2001–T.A. McLendon, RB, Albemarle 
2000–Chris Leak, QB, Charlotte Independence 
1999–Manny Deshauteurs, RB, Brevard 
1998–Nick Maddox, RB, Kannapolis Brown 
1997–Nick Maddox, RB, Kannapolis Brown 
1996–Montrell Coley, RB, Goldsboro 
1995–Marcus Reaves, RB, Fayetteville Byrd 
1994–Terence Stokes, RB, Bunn 
1993–Ernest Tinnin, QB, Burlington Cummings 
1992–(tie) Antoine Ikard, RB, Maiden; Maurice Mebane, WR, Burlington Cummings 
1991–Milton Shaw, RB, North Edgecombe 
1990–Donnie Davis, QB, Burlington Cummings 
1989–Mike Thomas, QB-P, Richmond County 
1988–Chuckie Burnette, QB, Burlington Cummings 
1987–Anthony Barbour, RB, Garner 
1986–Robert Siler, RB, Siler City Jordan-Matthews 
1985–Alvin Baker, RB, Claremont Bunker Hill 
1984–Todd Ellis, QB, Greensboro Page 
1983–Darryl McGill, RB, Southern Durham