#11 Jason Logan
Pos: G
Height: 6-3
Weight: 190
Year: SR
Major: Liberal Studies
Parents: Linda
Birthday: June 10
Hometown: Spartanburg, SC
High School: Byrnes
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2013-14:  The returning leading scorer from last year’s squad will continue to give the fans plenty to “ooh” and “ahh” about with high-flying forays to the rim, however, his coaches continue to be impressed by his warrior mentality and relentless, fearless work ethic…enjoys the challenge of putting the team on his back and attacking…will start at the four where his fabulous athleticism will confound more traditional power forwards…gets off the floor easily, playing above the rim at both ends of the court…has become even more dangerous with a solid, mid-range game…enjoys the challenge of defending opponents’ top offensive threats…pursues extremely well and is a productive rebounder…very coachable and will be expected to take over leadership reins…his work on becoming an outstanding basketball player will result in big numbers and wins.

2012-13:  Although the high-flying transfer became known for his highlight-reel, acrobatic moves around the rim, more importantly, he may have been the most consistent performer in his first season in the blue and gold…led the team in rebounding (fourth in the GSAC) and field goal percentage (sixth in the GSAC), and was the squad’s second-highest scorer…scored in double figures 23 times, topped by a season-high 29 points in a season-ending, GSAC Tournament game vs. Arizona Christian on 2/28/13…produced six double-doubles, highlighted by a 21-point, 15-rebound effort (nine at the offensive end) vs. San Diego Christian on 1/26/13…was the conference’s third-best offensive rebounder…tallied 12 points and yanked down 12 rebounds in his TMC debut vs. Simpson on 11/3/12…blocked a season-high three shots against Vanguard on 2/19/13 and had a season-best four steals against Concordia of Oregon on 12/29/12.

Antelope Valley Coll: A two-year performer for the Marauders, he played in 61 games, including 30 starts in 2010-11…tallied 431 points and yanked down 173 rebounds during those two seasons for teams that made the state JC playoffs.