Logan Duncomb is an American basketball player who plays for Indiana University. Duncomb, a 4-star prospect, is from Cincinnati, Ohio, and played for Archbishop Moeller. He is considered one of the top centers in the 2021 class.
- Name: Logan Duncomb
- Position: Center
- Recruiting Class: 2021
- Age: 22 years old
- Birthday: April 17, 2003
- High School: Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati, OH)
- AAU Team: Indiana Elite
- Height: 6’9″ (206 cm)
- Weight: 235 lbs (107 kg)
- Jersey Number: #51
Logan Duncomb’s Recruiting Profile
- ⭐⭐⭐⭐ 4-Star Center
- Teams: Archbishop Moeller (Cincinnati, OH) / Indiana Elite
- Composite Rating: 0.9730
- Composite Ranking: 70th Overall, 11th Center, 2nd in Ohio
- Committed: April 7th, 2020
Logan Duncomb’s Seasons with the Hoosiers
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Logan Duncomb’s High School Career and Recruiting
Logan Duncomb played at athletic powerhouse Archbishop Moeller High School in Cincinnati, Ohio, the school that produced Ken Griffey Jr., Barry Larkin, and Jaxson Hayes. Duncomb enjoyed tremendous success in high school. During Duncomb’s career, Archbishop Moeller became the first Division 1 program in Cincinnati to win back-to-back state titles since the early 1970s. In Duncomb’s sophomore season, Archbishop Moeller went 29-0 in route to winning the state title. As a junior, Duncomb averaged 14.2 points, 8.4 rebounds, and 1.6 blocks per game. He played in the AAU circuit for Indiana Elite.
Duncomb, a 4-star prospect, is ranked as the 69th best recruit in the 2021 class and the 11th best center, according to 247 Sports Composite rankings. Duncomb reportedly had offers from 10 schools, including Wisconsin, Virginia Tech, Iowa, Ohio State, and Stanford.
On April 7, 2020, Duncomb officially committed to Indiana University.
Then IU coach Archie Miller said, “Logan is a throwback frontcourt player with a relentless work ethic and genuine love for competing.” Miller also noted that Duncomb was an “elite runner in the open court” and “craves” physicality.
Logan Duncomb’s IU Career
As a freshman, Duncomb appeared in nine games and scored six points. He attempted four field goals, making two. His first collegiate appearance came against Northern Illinois, where he grabbed two rebounds and one assist in four minutes of action.