Logan Duncomb Could Be An In-State Player For The Buckeyes
With the departure of Kaleb Wesson by 2021, Ohio State will need some more depth at the big.
They was able to bring in a center in the 2019 class, but, that’s just two on the roster for the next year. It’s time to get familiar with the name Logan Duncomb.
The six-foot-nine center has added multiple offers this spring/summer. Including an Ohio State offer, at their team camp in June.
Duncomb is a big that moves well, developing a shot and has some athleticism. A player that primarily could fit well in Ohio State’s future, possibly next to Kalen Etzler.
Duncomb attends Cincinatti Moeller, a division one basketball powerhouse. The school that recent lottery pick Jaxon Hayes attended.
Still a ways to go in his recruitment, but Duncomb remains a vital option for the Buckeyes going forward.
Currently a three star prospect, top 20 Center in the nation according to 247 sports. But, I wouldn’t expect him to become a four star top 100 prospect, before long.