Archie Miller and the Indiana Hoosiers pulled in their second recruit of 2021 with the announcement of 6-foot-9 center Logan Duncomb. The Chicago-native now living in Cincinnati (Archbishop Moeller) is four-star recruit that is currently ranked 106th in the 247Sports Composite rankings. He is the third highest ranked player in the state of Ohio for his class, and he is 17th among other centers.
Duncomb visited Indiana on a number of visits during the 2019-2020 season unofficially. Due to the on-going situation with COVID-19, Duncomb was unable to take an official visit before recruiting across the country came to a pause. Despite recruiting against local schools such as Xavier and Ohio State who hosted Duncomb for official visits, Indiana was ultimately able to land the commitment.
Duncomb joins Khristian Lander as part of the current 2021 class; however, Lander has made it publicly known that is he trying to reclassify for the Hoosiers in 2020. If that scenario plays out, Duncomb will remain as Indiana’s lone 2021 commitment at the time of writing. For a full list of Indiana’s scholarship situation through 2024, please click here.
The Hoosiers add an aggressive big that prides himself in running up and down the hardwood. Offensively, Duncomb earns his living as a blue collar player around the rim. He can attack with his back to the basket in a traditional post-sense; however, he has been recently adding a close range jumper that allows him to pull away from stronger players that he will face in college.
He still has a body to fill out given his size, but Duncomb’s 7-foot-4 wingspan will make him a problem on the defensive end of the floor. His radius of coverage allows him to clog multiple passing lanes in Archie Miller’s packline. Naturally with hands in the air, Duncomb can wall off attackers at the rim, but by no means will he be the most athletic player on the floor.