CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Senior wide receiver Josh Rein will have options upon graduating from Logan High School next spring.
Wildcat Coach Gary Mullins has options right now with Rein on the field.
Thanks to Rein's playmaking ability, Mullins has moved his standout player all over the field in an attempt to get the ball in his hands as much as possible.
Rein has been instrumental in Logan's drive toward the playoffs, and with the Wildcats sitting at 5-3 with two games left, every game is important.
That includes 7:30 p.m. Friday, when Logan hosts Class AAA Nitro (1-7).
"Josh is one of the big factors if we are to make the playoffs," Mullins said. "They have to step up and we need to win some of these two games. A victory would get us our sixth win.
"It would give us four successful winning seasons. We are trying to go to the playoffs three of the four years he (Rein) has been here. We know it's going to be a tough game."
Rein understands the importance of Friday's contest, but the all-purpose standout said Logan has its eyes on more than a postseason appearance.
"We not only want to make the playoffs but we want to get a playoff win," Rein said. "We haven't done that in school history. It is definitely a goal of ours. This week is a real big game and plays a big part in that."
The 6-foot-1, 185-pound Rein has hopes of playing college football, and is being recruited by several schools, but the senior has broadened his options as a standout in the classroom.
"He's a three-sport star at Logan," Mullins said. "A couple schools (Lenoir-Rhyne and Fairmont State) have requested game film on him.
"He has some schools looking at him in baseball, too. Josh has already qualified for the Promise Scholarship. He's the whole package when it comes to high school student athletes."
Rein is one of the better receivers in the state, coming off a 2012 season during which he caught 30 passes for 689 yards and nine touchdowns, averaging 23 yards per catch.
His receiving numbers have dropped this season, but only because of his versatility.