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Litchfield High School’s Logan King Named Minnesota Football Honors Scholar-Athlete

By Daniel House , 03/29/22, 8:15AM CDT



MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. – March 29, 2022 –  Litchfield High School’s Logan King has been named a Scholar-Athlete by the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation.

This annual award honors Minnesota high school football players for their outstanding athletic, academic and community service accomplishments. King, a native of Litchfield, Minnesota, is one of eight scholar-athletes who will be recognized during this summer’s Minnesota Football Honors show. 

“Logan thrived in the classroom by pushing himself with a rigorous academic schedule,” said Todd Fultz, President of the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation. “He also frequently volunteered his time to help other athletes and became a key player on the field. His achievements in each area of his life are impressive. We are very excited to honor his outstanding accomplishments.”

On the field, Logan King was a star quarterback, wide receiver and safety for the Litchfield Dragons. He earned two-time All-District honors and led his team to a section championship in 2020. King not only made his mark as a playmaker, but became a critical leader for Litchfield’s football program. 

“Logan’s character and work ethic make him a likable young man. He is willing to put in the extra time to advance his skills. He is responsible, conscientious and highly self-motivated,” said Litchfield football coach Jim Jackman. “He is respectful and wants to do his best for himself, the team and his coaches. He is a leader through his actions, verbal encouragement and efforts.”

King’s strong leadership skills helped him achieve tremendous success in the classroom and community. He accumulated a 4.0 GPA and finished his high school career with more than 300 community service hours. During his high school years, King also made a difference by serving as a Lutheran Social Services Volunteer, Sunday school teacher, blood drive volunteer and youth coach. 

Minnesota Football Honors is hosting a show later this summer to honor its high school, college and Minnesota Vikings award winners. Full broadcast details will be announced in the coming weeks on 


About the Minnesota Chapter of the National Football Foundation:

The Minnesota Chapter of The National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame is a local nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote amateur football’s ability to develop leadership, sportsmanship, competitive spirit and academic excellence in Minnesota’s young people. The Minnesota Chapter recognizes legendary football icons, college football Hall of Famers and Minnesota’s top high school and college football scholar-athletes. For more information, visit, or Facebook (@MNFootballHonors) and Twitter (@NFFMN).


Todd Fultz, President              

MN Chapter of The National Football Foundation 

Phone: (612)-325-5500    

Media Contact: 

Daniel House, Director of Media Relations and Content 

MN Chapter of the National Football Foundation