According to his Twitter, Indiana has given another offer to rising big man, Logan Duncomb from Cincinnati, Ohio’s Archbishop Moeller High School. He is currently listed as a 3-star Center for the class of 2021 per 247Sports and does not have a listed 247Sports Composite or Rivals score. He is No. 118 nationally, the 16th ranked center and 6th highest ranked player in Ohio, but the highest ranked center for the state. He is listed as being 6’9″ and 225 lbs.
As a sophomore, Duncomb led Moeller to a Division I state championship and averaged 7.2 points per game with 4.0 rebounds in his 28 starts. He led the team with a 64.8 shooting percentage. He also led the conference in blocked shots. He is just coming off an impressive showing on the U16 Indiana Elite play on the Adidas circuit with other Indiana targets Trey Kaufman and JR Konieczny.
Despite being in the class of 2021 and a 3-star, he already is starting to get a pile of Division-I offers. He has offers from Winthrop, Miami (OH), Ohio State, Xavier, Iowa, Wisconsin, Cincinnati, and now Indiana. He has not shown explicit interest in any offer yet and does not have a timetable on his decision. Interestingly, he is a Chicago native, but grew up in Iowa and has a lot of family there while growing up as a Hawkeye fan. He did not move to Ohio until he was a seventh grader.
Indiana has shown interest in Logan in the past month from what he stated in an interview with Stockrisers. Additional schools showing interest include Stanford, Dayton, Tulsa, Purdue and Virginia. He also has some visits planned for the summer and football season, but no dates locked in as of the time of this interview.
Breaking Down Logan Duncomb’s Game
Logan offers a strong, athletic presence to whichever team he joins. His 6’9″ height and 7’3″ wingspan make it difficult for offenses to get any productivity down in the paint and makes it an easy job for him when he has the ball.
He has impressive basketball insight that can read defenders to make a quick move and an easy basket. He has a similar playstyle to ex-Hoosier Cody Zeller and may grow a few more inches before he plays college ball in two years.
He will need to work more on his mid to deep shots depending on how his play evolves by the time he graduates. This is not something necessary, but would be a good addition to his play depending on how he evolves and approaches the game over the rest of his high school and college career.
Probably the best aspect of his play is his IQ on taking the correct shots. Reaching a nearly 65% FG rate is an impressive feat that shows when he has the ball down low, he is making correct decisions on his shot selection. He does not light up the scoreboard with a ton of points as they are on a deep team that went 29-0 on the season last year with a state championship.
As he progresses in his high school career, he will undoubtedly develop and be under the spotlight more as he becomes a more senior member of his high school team. He has risen quickly through the ranks from being a spectator to a starter for their varsity team in less than a year and will continue to develop physically and mentally these next two years.
Logan Duncomb’s Game Tape
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