Logwood is a six-foot-six small forward from La Lumiere, a prep school in the town of La Porte, Ind. Previously he played for Lawrence North High in Indianapolis.
Purchase is a six-foot-nine power forward from Melbourne, who played on Australia's Under 17 National Team at the World Championships last year.
Logwood is rated as the No. 30 small forward prospect in the country by Scout.com. He is coming off a strong performance at the Adidas Invitational AAU Tournament in Indianapolis playing for the Eric Gordon All-Stars.
Logwood is shown in action this summer.
Evan Daniels, national recruiting analyst for Scout.com, has these comments on the prospect. "Logwood is a gifted wing," Daniels notes. "He has good size for the position, is a solid athlete and can make shots from mid-range and in consistently."
Purchase, who turned 18 this summer, averaged 21.2 points, 8.7 rebounds and 5.0 assists last season leading his team to its league title. The son of a former star player for the Melbourne Tigers, Purchase is a good outside shooter who made 47.8 percent of his three-pointers last season.
The Auburn women's team has had a basketball player from Australia, but the men's team hasn't. Reacher is being recruited for Coach Tony Barbee's team by assistant Ryan Miller, who recruited a pair of Australians to the University of New Mexico. Both Cameron Bairstow and Hugh Greenwood are key players for the Lobos.
The Tigers, who won both of their games on an exhibition tour to The Bahamas earlier this month, have three seniors on their 2012-13 rosters--center Asauhn Dixon-Tatum, forward Allen Payne and guard Chris Denson.