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Eagles select LSU DT Bennie Logan in 3rd round

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NEW YORK (WAFB) -

Bennie Logan has been drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles as the 5th pick in the third round. Logan is the 67th pick overall.

Hometown: Coushatta, LA (Red River High School)

College: LSU

Position: Defensive Lineman

Height: 6'3

Weight: 305

LSU Career Highlights: 107 tackles, 12.5 tackles for loss and 5.0 sacks
2012 AP All-SEC Second Team

Strengths: Frame, thickness, strong tackler

Weaknesses: Stamina, initial quickness, over aggressive

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