Penn State’s basketball program has landed a commitment in the 2023 recruiting class.

Tuesday, the Nittany Lions received a verbal pledge from Logan Imes, a 6-foot-4 combo guard out of Zionsville. He picked Penn State over offers from Creighton, Virginia Tech and Wake Forest. Imes becomes the second prospect to commit to the Nittany Lions, along with Braeden Shrewsberry.

Imes made his announcement with a brief announcement on Twitter, along with a Penn State image. He will be joining Micah Shrewsberry’s program, which will be entering Year 2 of the head coach’s regime.

Because of Shrewsberry’s time at Purdue he has great ties with the state of Indiana. Getting a combo guard from Zionsville, Ind. could prove to be a pipeline down the road in the recruiting aspect.

Per Max Preps, Imes averaged 17.8 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.4 assists per game during the 2021-22 high school basketball season. Below are some highlights of Imes at Zionsville High School:

Penn State finished the 2021-22 season with a 14-17 overall record in Shrewsberry’s first year leading the program. The Nittany Lions were also 7-13 in B1G play.

Penn State closed out the season in the B1G Tournament with wins over Minnesota and Ohio State before falling to Purdue in the quarterfinal round.