After a gradual production increase this season, Arkansas State sophomore quarterback Logan Bonner is hoping to have much more of an impact in 2019.
Bonner appeared in five games for the Red Wolves this season, passing for 165 yards and a touchdown to more than double his aerial yardage from his freshman season.
Arkansas State finished the year at 8-5 overall and 5-3 in the Sun Belt West to win the conference. Meanwhile, Bonner’s impact has been felt on more than just the field.
According to the school’s website, the 6-foot-1, 215-pound redshirt athlete has been named to the A-State Athletic Director’s Honor Roll on multiple occasions as he works toward his degree in sports management.
Bonner came to the Red Wolves from Rowlett High, where he was named District 11-6A MVP after completing 60 percent of his passes for 3,671 yards and 32 TDs against just eight interceptions as a senior.
Rated as a two-star recruit by ESPN.com, Bonner was also recruited by the likes of Southern Mississippi, UTSA, Boise State, Oklahoma State and Utah.