One of the juniors in Ohio that has continued to take his game to a new level this season is Logan Woods. The 6’2” guard is currently averaging 17 points, 3.5 rebounds, 2 assists help Fairfield High School to their best season in some time. 

In their first year with Woods on the roster, Fairfield High School was able to capture their first outright conference championship in school history. Woods had previously attended Cincinnati Christian for his freshman and sophomore years. 

Even as a junior, Woods hit a major scoring milestone this season reaching his 1,000 point scored. “It felt amazing…Being a part of the 1k club is a huge honor and I’m blessed to have accomplished it. It’s a goal I’ve had since my brother (Dylan) did it four years ago because he’s my role model.”

To date, a pair division one programs have offered the junior a scholarship. Miami University (OH) was the first school to extend an offer and most recently Missouri-Kansas City offered just a week ago. Additionally, he has plenty of interest from a variety of schools nationwide including Air Force, Dayton, Eastern Michigan, Northern Kentucky, UC-Riverside, Virginia, Youngstown State, among several others. 

“The schools that are standing out to me are obviously the schools that have offered me,” Woods commented on where is recruitment stands. Also mentioning that Belmont, Northern Kentucky, and Virginia are other schools that have been in touch the most with him. 

College coaches will be able to watch Woods over the next several months playing with the Midwest Basketball Club.