GREENBORO, N.C. --The last time TJ Logan was on a football field, he was re-writing the record books.
In the 3-AA State Championship game against Charlotte Catholic, he rushed for a staggering 510 yards and 8 touchdowns, setting high school records in the state of North Carolina.
He'd like to make new memories this year as a replacement for Giovani Bernard, Carolina's starting running back last year, who entered the NFL draft.
There was talk that big schools like Ohio State, made a run at Logan especially after his championship game performance, but he never wavered from his committment to the Heels or the reason he picked the heels in the first place.
With Signing day out-of-the-way and the next 4 years of his future set, there is no time relax.
Now it's time for the real work to begin.