“And then COVID hit, so we really couldn’t do much,” he said.
“I know the pandemic is real, and I work in – I’m in intensive care units and I see people with COVID, isolated and dying,” said Scott Fuller, Logan’s father.
However, Fuller said he believes it is possible for athletes to continue participating in their sport in a manner that is safe from COVID.
“A strong controversy is that what is best for these children is education and athletics which we know can be practiced safely,” he says.
In order to continue playing football, Logan transferred to the IMG Academy in Florida.
“My dream is to play for, probably for Oklahoma State Football, or Texas A&M. I have a list of five schools,” he says.
Logan, who now lives 1,500 kilometers from his father, said leaving the state was the best way to pursue his goals – and that he was not alone.
“They would love to go, and they made passionate calls to us to leave and move,” said Sara Limon, a PSA mother of two.
Limon, who is a longtime New Mexican, said her two children, Jack and Lucy, told her they wanted to leave the state.
“It’s really hard when you’ve raised your kids in a place that …
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