Logan Montgomery
Logan  Montgomery


Laguna Hills, Calif.

High School:
Laguna Hills HS '17

Height / Weight:
5-11 / 175




UC Davis rolls to 56-17 win at Idaho State

Aggies set a new Big Sky-era record for the most points scored in a game


Aggies set for Saturday's home opener vs. San Diego

6 p.m. kickoff at Aggie Stadium for the first home game of the Dan Hawkins era


UC Davis enjoys strong second half at SDSU

Doss ends season opener with 181 yards, his second-highest single-game total as an Aggie


Position Preview: Wide Receivers

Depth provides added options for the 2017 season


Hawkins rolls out record NLI signing class

New Aggie mentor signs FCS maximum 30 incoming recruits on February 1

LAGUNA HILLS HS '17: Two-time team MVP and captain... First junior in program history to garner MVP nod... Led nation in punt returns with 32.4 yards per return... Set school records for all-purpose yards in a season (2,330) and career (4,198)... Played for coaches Bruce Ingalls (2015) and Mike Maceranka (2016)... Twice earned All-Sea View League first-team honors, adding SVL Offensive MVP distinction in 2016... Hauled in 46 passes for 785 yards and 9 receiving touchdowns that year... Also rushed for another 157 yards and 2 TDs, while providing 77 tackles (61 solos, 16 assists) with 4 interceptions and 4 fumble recoveries at strong safety... Clocked at a 4.43 40-yard dash... Also stars in track & field, ranking 2nd all-time in Hawks history in 100 meters (10.98)... Qualified for Southern Section meet as a junior in both 100 and 200... Played for LHHS basketball team in both 2014-15 and 2015-16... Played two years for Orange County Elite 7-on-7 team (Mission Viejo, Calif.)... Four-year CSF, three-year National Honor Society member.

PERSONAL: Born in Laguna Hills, Calif.... Has not yet decided on a major... Parents are Jeff & Marceé Montgomery... Logged more than 200 hours of community service through non-profit Lion's Heart Organization, for which he has held posts as vice president and historian... Tutors both peers and younger students in his free time.