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Penn State Basketball Gets Commitment From 2023 SG Logan Imes

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The Penn State basketball program received their second commitment for their Class of 2023.

Shooting guard Logan Imes (Zionsville, Indiana) announced Tuesday afternoon Twitter that he was joining Micah Shrewsberry’s program. Interestingly, the Nittany Lions first 2023 commitment was from Braeden Shrewsberry, who is also from Indiana and friends with Imes. The duo have played together on the AAU team, Indy Heat, for the last two years.

Imes is 6’4″, 175 pounds and committed to Penn State over other offers from UMass, Drake, Creighton, Bradley and Akron. This past season for Zionsville High School, Imes averaged 17.8 points, 5.1 rebounds and 3.6 assists per game and was named to the Supreme 15 All-State Team.

Credit Penn State assistant Adam Fisher as the lead recruiter for Imes as they official extended him an offer back in October when he made an unofficial visit to the campus. Imes then returned to Happy Valley for a second visit a couple weeks ago, which cemented his decision to select Penn State.

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