Student-athletes maintained a grade point average of 3.0 or better
2012: Walk-on did not play as a true freshman...off the field, was named to the Conference USA Commissioner's Honor Roll, Tulane's 3.0 Club and the Dean's List.
High School: Four-year letterman at Holy Savior Menard Central High where he played tight end, linebacker, punter and kicker for coach Freddie Hallman...rated a four-star recruit by KohlsKicking.com...helped lead the Eagles to a combined 34-12 record with trips to the state playoffs his final three prep seasons, a district title as a junior and regional appearances as a sophomore and junior...for his career, scored 140 points after connecting on 19-of-25 field goals (.760) with a long of 43 and converting 83-of-89 PATs (.933) while punting 74 times for 2,989 yards (40.4 avg) with a long of 64 and 44 downed inside the 20-yard line...claimed first-team all-state honors as a punter as a senior and was named first-team All-Central Louisiana as both a kicker and punter his final two prep seasons...as a senior, scored 70 points after hitting 8-of-12 field goals (.667) and 40-of-49 PATs (.939) while punting 32 times for 1,322 yards (41.3 avg.) with a long of 56 yards and 22 downed inside the 20...also lettered five years in soccer and three in tennis...off the field, graduated valedictorian and was one of 25 student-athletes nationally to claim a 2012 SAMMY Scholar-Athlete Milk Mustache Award for his work on the field and in the classroom...winner of Louisiana's Wendy's High School Heisman in 2011 and was a member of the National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Student Government and Music Ministry.
Personal: Born Logan David Hilton on July 23, 1993, in Alexandria, La...son of David and Patricia Hilton...has one brother, Heath, and two sisters: Morgan and Hayley...one of three family members to play football at Tulane as father, David, lettered in 1981 and uncle, Al Mansour, was a squadman in 1969...cousins, Alfred and Danielle Mansour, swam and played tennis at Texas A&M, respectively, and mother served as Tulane's cheerleader coach from 1988-90...majoring in neuroscience.