Logan Duncomb, a 6-foot-9 center in the Class of 2021, committed to Indiana on Tuesday.
Duncomb, who plays at Archbishop Moeller in Cincinnati, is ranked No. 80 nationally in the 2021 class and the No. 14 center prospect by 247Sports. He made the announcement on Twitter.
He chose Archie Miller's program over offers from schools that included Wisconsin, Ohio State, Iowa, Cincinnati, Stanford and Xavier.
"I just felt at home at Indiana," Duncomb told The indianapolis Star on Tuesday. "I like the system they have in place. It's really similar to what Moeller's doing right now. ... I just liked their campus. I liked their coaching staff and the players they've got coming in this year and the year ahead of me."
Indiana will lose center Joey Brunk after the 2020-21 season.
"Just be able to play inside, do what I've been doing in high school, but also being able to spread the floor and shoot 3(-pointers)," Duncomb said about his expected role with the Hoosiers. "Right now in high school, my system, my high school doesn't really need me to shoot 3s. The majority of the time I'm in the post, but I have the ability to step out."
--Field Level Media