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Daviess County’s O’Bryan committed to Panthers | Kentucky Wesleyan

Kentucky WesleyanConsidered by many to be one of the top senior basketball prospects in the Bluegrass State, Logan O’Bryan has signed a national letter of intent with Kentucky Wesleyan College.  The versatile 6’ 4”, 190-pound swingman was a standout player at Daviess County High School.

O’Bryan seemed thrilled with the opportunity to play for the Panthers.  According to O’Bryan, he has been a fan for years and has always dreamed of playing in front of his family and friends at the collegiate level.

“KWC is one of the greatest basketball schools in the country, with great academics, as well” said O’Bryan.

Kentucky Wesleyan is expected to utilize O’Bryan more as a shooting guard from the wing or a small forward.  A positive effect is expected off the court, too.

Pat Hume, Daviess County HS boys’ basketball coach is convinced KWC has done well, “He’s an impact player and he’s and impact person, with impeccable character.  He is a true gentleman in every sense of the term—he’s our leader in so many ways.”

During the summer, O’Bryan was a member of the Kentucky Junior All-Stars.

The preceding 2011-12 Season was a solid effort for him as a junior, averaging 16 points and 9 rebounds per game, which lead the team.

His sophomore season at DC found him part of the “Furious Five” for Coach Caleb Smith’s Panthers.  His role as a bench player was a major contribution to the teams 3rd Region Championship and trip to the KHSAA Sweet 16 at Rupp Arena in Lexington.

While taking pride in the development of his overall game, O’Bryan plans to work on being an even better player through dedication and hard work.  “You can always be a better shooter, ball-handler, defender and rebounder if you’re willing to put the work into it.”

O’Bryan’s major will be in criminal justice.

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