Not only is Led Snead’s Los Angeles Rams playing in the Super Bowl, but his son Logan also shared some exciting news.
Linebacker Logan Snead of Oaks Christian High School in California has committed to the University of Virginia.
At the school, Snead will be a favored walk-on. He was also interested in Alabama, Auburn, UAB, and Rice, among other colleges, and Wagner offered him a scholarship.
Logan comes from Eufaula, Alabama, where his father was a high school football player. Les attended Troy State, UAB, and Auburn, where he worked as a graduate assistant before transitioning to scouting.
Logan Snead spent his early years in Atlanta, where his father worked as a scout and subsequently an executive for the Falcons from 1997 to 2011, before moving to St. Louis when his father was hired as the Rams’ general manager.
Logan attended Wydown Middle School and CHS for a little more than a semester. Logan reflected on his experience in Clayton and repeated his father’s good thoughts about the Clayton community now that he is settled in at his new school in Los Angeles.
Logan Snead remarked, “Clayton was fantastic.” “I thought it was fantastic. The people and the atmosphere are the things I’ll miss the most. Everyone was really nice, and there was a lot of freedom.”