Former Penn State basketball Class of 2023 signee Logan Imes has committed to Notre Dame, he tweeted Wednesday afternoon.
Let’s get to it! @NDmbb #Committed pic.twitter.com/607GV6sAPe
— Logan Imes (@ImesLogan) May 3, 2023
All three of Penn State’s signees are joining former Penn State coach Micah Shrewsberry in South Bend.
Penn State’s top ’23 signee, Carey Booth, committed to Notre Dame Tuesday.
Booth, a four-star from New Hampshire’s Brewster Academy, was Penn State’s second-highest-rated signee ever, behind only Tony Carr.
Micah Shrewsberry’s son, Braeden, a three-star from State College High School, is following his dad to Notre Dame. The younger Shrewsberry was an AAU teammate of Imes’s when Braeden lived in Indiana while his dad was an assistant under Matt Painter at Purdue.
So it’s not a big surprise that Imes, a three-star from Zionsville, Indiana, will follow the coach that recruited him to the first school he signed with. Less than a week after Shrewsberry took the Notre Dame job, Imes requested his release from his letter of intent.
The 6-foot-4, 190-pounder is the No. 7 player in Indiana, the No. 26 combo guard in the country and the No. 192 overall player according to 247Sports’ composite rankings. Penn State was his first major offer in the winter of 2021.
Penn State basketball and new coach Mike Rhoades got news less than 24 hours before Imes announced his commitment to Notre Dame when Lafayatte transfer Leo O’Boyle announced his commitment to Penn State.
The 6-foot-7 O’Boyle averaged 11.6 points per game for Lafayette this past season and shot 40.7% from 3.
A Scranton native, O’Boyle played four seasons at Lafayette, never averaging double figures until this past campaign. He’ll be a graduate transfer using his last year of eligibility to play at Penn State.