Logan Wilson has a record of 9 tackles on the Super Bowl, out of which three ended in a loss.
At the Super Bowl LVI, when the Bengals were matched against the L.A. Rams, Wilson was a major defense. He had held the Rams to 1.9-yard average on 23 rushing attempts.
Who Is Logan Wilson?
Logan Wilson is a football linebacker for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Born on July 8, 1996, Wilson grew up in Casper, Wyoming and attended Natrona County High School.
At the early stage of his career, he played various positions including defensive back, wide receiver, placekicker and punter.
Logan Wilson Career
Wilson played college football at Wyoming, where his sophomore year saw him win the All-State title.
His subsequent stats included seven touchdowns, 29 catches for 493 yards, six interceptions, and five passes broken up on defense.
Wilson’s collegiate career ended with 421 tackles, 35 tackles for loss and seven sacks with 24 passes defended, ten interceptions, four forced fumbles, four fumbles recovered and three defensive touchdowns.
The Cincinnati Bengals drafted him as 65th pick in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft.
In 2021, Wilson was selected as the starting middle linebacker for the Bengals and concluded the season with 4 interceptions.