Logan Rudolph commits to Clemson while chopping wood in jorts.

By SI Wire
May 06, 2016

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Logan Rudolph, a four-star defensive end and linebacker out of Rock Hill (SC) Northwestern has committed to Clemson, he announced on Twitter.

Rudolph is considered a four-star recruit on Scout.com. He has drawn attention for his skill as a defensive end and in some cases as a tight end. Clemson will look to use him as a linebacker.

He was also reportedly considering Alabama, Auburn, Baylor, Florida State, Michigan State, South Carolina, Tennessee and USC.

Rudolph posted a video of him wearing nothing but cut-off jean shorts and boots while chopping wood.

In his senior year, he recorded 50 receptions for 502 yards and three touchdowns as a tight end. As a linebacker, he finished with 60 tackles, 14.5 sacks, one interception and four forced fumbles.

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His older brother, Mason, is a quarterback at Oklahoma State.

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