McIntosh lacrosse player Logan Bradford has had a busy summer sharpening his skills for the coming season. (Staff Photo by Christopher Dunn)

McIntosh lacrosse player Logan Bradford isn’t taking it easy leading up to his senior season. The Chief defender is piling up accolades on the field, and paving his future academically.
Logan, who has been playing lacrosse since the fourth grade, has suited up for the Chiefs for three years, along with PTC Lacrosse, the Copperheads, Fayette Outlaws, and LB3. This summer has taken him up the eastern seaboard to Maryland, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts as part of seven college recruiting showcase tournaments.
On top of Co-Captain honors at McIntosh this year and All-South Metro nods two years running, Bradford has just added LB3 Atlanta 2016 Elite Team and LB3 2016 National Team recognition to his resume.
Logan is spending his second summer working with South-Tree construction getting hands-on learning in engineering. The Honor Roll student and Governor’s Honors Program finalist has designs on studying civil or mechanical engineering in college, while also playing and refereeing lacrosse.
It’s been a load of work to get here, but Logan Bradford is only getting started. McIntosh’s opponents better be ready.