2010: Played in nine games for the Cardinals at both running back and kick returner ... Set the Lamar single-season record with 661 kick return yards, breaking the previous mark of 566 set by Herbert Harris in 1982 ... Led the Cardinals in rushing with 229 yards and in all purpose yards with 909 ... Ran for 96 yards on 12 carries in Lamar's 14-0 homecoming victory over Langston University (10/9), the most rushing yards by a Cardinal during the 2010 season ... Added his season-long run of 32 yards against Langston ... Averaged 4.4 yards per carry on the season ... Finished with 56 yards rushing on seven carries at Georgia State (11/6) for an 8.0 yards per carry average ... Had five kick returns for a season-high 161 yards against Sam Houston State (10/2), including a season-long return of 74 yards ... Added 110 return yards on five returns at Georgia State.
Junior College: Attended East Mississippi Community College before signing with Lamar, but did not compete due to injury ... Played his freshman season for coach Ray Woodard at Navarro College ... Played in 11 games for Navarro, rushing for 502 yards on 70 carries with six touchdowns ... Best game came against Arkansas Baptist when he finished with 138 yards on 14 carries (9.9 ypc) with a touchdown ... Helped the Bulldogs to a 9-3 record in his only season.
High School: Played four varsity seasons at East Oktibbeha High School ... Was named first-team all-state at running back as a senior, and was a second-team selection as a junior ... Selected to play in the 2007 Alabama-Mississippi All-Star Classic ... Rushed for over 2,000 yards as a senior and twice scored five touchdowns in a game ... Helped the Titans to a 9-3 record as a senior when he was named first-team all-district and district MVP.
Personal: Octavious Logan was born on July 29, 1989, in Starkville, Mississippi ... Son of Marlo Fair and Priscilla Logan ... Has three sisters, Trinity, Angel and Jackquline, and a brother, Marlo ... Major is general studies.