Indiana C Logan Duncomb announces plans for 2023-24 season
Logan Duncomb is on the move.
The Indiana center announced Thursday that he would be entering the transfer portal. The sophomore will still have 2 years of eligibility moving forward with his next team.
A 4-star recruit from Cincinnati, Ohio, Duncomb elected to stick around as IU transitioned from Archie Miller to Mike Woodson. Miller, who was fired following a 12-15 record in 2021, recruited Duncomb out of Cincinnati Moeller.
I’ve made the difficult decision to leave IU. Thankful for the teammates, fans, coaches, staff, and friends who have supported me! Love you all❤️ pic.twitter.com/hPyRMlVr8t
— Logan Duncomb (@LoganDuncomb) March 23, 2023
The 6-foot-10 center appeared in just 13 games over the past 2 seasons. He averaged 2.9 minutes, 1.2 points and 0.9 rebounds per game. Last season, Duncomb was limited and eventually sidelined by a sinus issue that required surgery. He also missed several games after dealing with a non-COVID related illness prior to the surgery.
The talent was always there for Dumcomb, but the minutes were sparse. He struggled to carve out a consistent role behind the likes of Trayce Jackson-Davis and Race Thompson.
Duncomb’s departure now marks the 6th massive name to leave the program this offseason. The Hoosiers are set to lose Thompson and Miller Kopp (both seniors) to graduation. Jackson-Davis, a projected 1st-round pick, and Jalen Hood-Schifino are both expected to leave for the NBA draft. Indiana also lost Nathan Childress, a former walk-on, to the transfer portal as a graduate transfer.