Baylor Hebb and Logan McLaughlin took the state by storm last summer with their ability to score the basketball. Fast forward a year later and now America is taking notice. One of the most dynamic backcourts in the state has continued to produce at a high level and show no signs of slowing down.
Logan is out nursing a broken wrist and just picked up an offer from Wisconsin-Green Bay, that tells you how talented this young man is. Logan was off to a hot start this spring before the injury and his recruitment shows that. The 6'2 guard holds another offer from Abilene Christian and has received interest from Kansas St., Northern Iowa, Iowa, Oklahoma, UNT and a host of others. Logan is a couple of weeks out from being cleared and I expect his recruitment to take off once coaches get to see him live in July.
Baylor Hebb has raised his profile as a prospect as much as any guard in the state through the first live session. The 6'2 G has torched everybody he's played this year. He hit Texas Hardwork for 34 in a win and the Texas Titans for 28 in a win. During the spring live period at NY2LA Hebb went for, 24, 48 and 28 in three games and has started to pick up offers and interest. Hebb currently holds offers from Abilene Christian, UTA, Wisconsin-Green Bay, Ohio and Bucknell. He is drawing serious interest from Colorado, Colorado St., Illinois, SMU and Texas. The baby faced assassin is as mean as they come on the floor and can score from every level as he's proven this spring. Look for his recruitment to continue to grow in the coming weeks.
The duo holds the same offer from Wisconsin-Green Bay and Abilene Christian. Can you imagine them teaming up in college and doing this in the NCAA Tournament one day? I surely can. For now they will continue to make up one of the country's top backcourts and represent the 3d Academy moniker "Flame Thrower U."
Kellen C. Buffington