IU basketball sophomore center Logan Duncomb enters transfer portal
BLOOMINGTON – Indiana sophomore center and Cincinnati native Logan Duncomb entered the transfer portal Thursday, per the Twitter account Verbal Commits.
A four-star recruit from Cincinnati Moeller who stuck with IU during the coaching transition from Archie Miller to Mike Woodson, Duncomb appeared in nine games as a freshman but only a further nine this season. He was limited and eventually sidelined completely by a sinus issue that required surgery.
Rangy and listed at 6-10, Duncomb flashed the potential of both a back-to-the-basket and face-up game, but found playing time difficult to come by behind Trayce Jackson-Davis and Race Thompson.
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
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He averaged 2.9 points and 1.7 rebounds across just under six minutes per game this winter.
Nathan Childress, a four-year walk-on from Zionsville, also entered the portal Thursday as a graduate transfer. Childress appeared in 17 games across his Indiana career, including five last season.
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