High School Football Star Honored By Team, Classmates

A standout Texas high school football player who died after jumping from a cliff into a lake was honored by his team and his classmates at Friday night’s game.

Jacob Logan (File)

DALLAS (October 20, 2012)—Students at Coppell High School wore T-shirts Friday calling Jacob Logan 17, a "hybrid, legend and guardian angel" and players wore helmets with Logan's No. 21 jersey number.

Logan's body was found after a four-day search Thursday near the base of the cliff from which he jumped into Possum Kingdom Lake, about 80 miles west of Fort Worth.

Logan's family attended the game, and his sister was a team captain for the coin toss.

Logan was a senior wide receiver for Coppell, one of the state's top-ranked teams.

Coppell beat Flower Mound on Friday, 27-18.

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