Former England Academy star Jack Logan is amongst the most talented up and coming English players in Super League.
After making his senior debut for the Black and Whites in 2014, the Hull-born centre worked his way into the senior side, making several appearances during 2015.
A potent try-scorer, his playing style has been likened to that of club legend Kirk Yeaman.
Logan has rapid pace, and picks his lines in similar fashion to Yeaman. He formed a great partnership with Callum Lancaster at under-19 level, and proved he can set up his winger for try scoring opportunities as well.
Ahead of the 2016 season, head coach Lee Radford handed Logan the iconic number four shirt, following in the footsteps of legendary Hull FC three quarters such as Yeaman and James Leuluai.
He played the first six games of the season, and showed a lot of promise scoring twice, before a cruel injury ended his campaign.
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