Indiana landed its next big man on Tuesday, receiving a commitment from four-star center Logan Duncomb.
The 6-foot-9, 235-pound Cincinnati native is considered the No. 17 center in the 2021 class, the fourth-best player in Ohio and the No. 106 player overall, per the 247 Sports Composite rankings. He chose Indiana over offers from Ohio State, Xavier, Wisconsin and Stanford, among others.
“Very excited to announce my commitment to Indiana Basketball!” Duncomb said in a message posted on Twitter. “Thank you to all of my coaches and teammates who have been part of this journey, especially my coaches and brothers at Moeller. I’d also like to thank all of the coaches and staff who took the time to work with me through the recruiting process. Go Hoosiers!”
Duncomb, who plays for Indiana Elite on the summer ball circuit, is a significant pickup for IU, which will have to retool its frontcourt in the coming years. Indiana will lose former graduate transfer Joey Brunk after the 2020-21 season, and it’s also possible that rising sophomore Trayce Jackson-Davis will pursue a professional career following the upcoming campaign.
Duncomb joins five-star guard Khristian Lander in IU’s 2021 class. Lander, however, is working to reclassify and join Indiana’s program for the 2020 fall semester.