Darius Logan back on track

Darius Logan has found a new high school and AAU team. Now, he's ready to get back to business on the hardwood.

It's been a challenging season for 5-foot-11 Darius Logan.

Things didn't quite work out at Sacramento Capital Christian high school after a coaching change and the sophomore point guard transferred to Sacramento High School last week.

Logan, considered one of the top point guards in the class of 2006 on the west coast, said he's excited about the changes and ready for the AAU hoops season to begin.

He'll play with EBO this spring, one of the top adidas programs in the Golden State and that's probably a change that led to some friction with his old high school coach. Logan and his EBO mates will play in the Las Vegas Easter Classic, and the point guard will participate in the adidas Superstar Camp in Atlanta this July.

As for his recruitment, Logan's father says his son would like to make a decision before the start of his junior season if possible.

"We're just tired of the recruiting process and ready to get it behind us," Waymon Logan said.

Schools like Tennessee and Fresno State have shown interest. Darius says he likes North Carolina, Arizona and Louisville. And you can bet others will come and go on that list during the next few months.

The bottom line for Logan. He's had a rough year, made it through the difficulties with character and poise and now has a bright future and great opportunity ahead of him this summer to boost his stock on the national level.


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