Offensive lineman Logan Slaughter leaves football program
Citing a lack of desire to be on the football field, Central Michigan offensive lineman Logan Slaughter announced his decision to leave the program Tuesday.
A transfer is out of the question, as he'll continue to pursue a degree in Secondary Education.
"I want to thank CMU's program for all they provided me and did for me; the experience was truly invaluable," Slaughter wrote on Twitter. "I will be forever grateful to CMU's football program and staff.
Slaughter was a three-star recruit and 49th overall player in the state of Michigan from the 2015 class, according to the 247Sports Composite. He started at guard last season on Sept. 9 in a win at Kansas.
Slaughter left Mendon High School with 49 total tackles, 28 pancake blocks, nine tackles-for-a-loss and seven sacks his senior year — earning the Southwest 10 Conference MVP and first-team MHSAA Division 7 All-State honors from the Detroit Free Press.
This leaves 11 offensive linemen on Central Michigan's roster outside of the 2018 recruiting class with spring practice having begun March 18. CMU signed 6-foot-6, 260-pound, offensive tackle Nolan Eike. The Batavia, Illinois, native rated at two stars out of high school, according to 247Sports.