Catching up with Wright State Men’s Basketball: Raiders sign two recruits in November Signing Period

Scott Nagy

DAYTON – Wright State men’s basketball coach Scott Nagy has announced the signing of a pair of players this afternoon to national letters-of-intent to attend Wright State University and join the Raider program beginning next fall.
The newest Raiders are Drey Carter from Columbus, OH (Westerville South) and Logan Woods from Cincinnati, OH (Fairfield).
“We are thrilled to add two local student athletes who are great students, come from high character families and have played for winning high school programs,” Nagy said. “Logan and Drey’s personalities and work ethics will mesh well with the culture we have at Wright State.”
Carter, a 6’8″ guard, averaged 15.1 points per game last season as a junior while connecting on 45 percent of his three-point attempts. He added 4.7 rebounds per game and 2.5 assists per contest on the way to being named a first team All-League player and earning Division I All-Ohio honorable mention honors.
“Drey brings size and versatility to our basketball team. We feel he has tremendous potential and great character that makes him the perfect fit,” Nagy said. “We love his ability to handle, pass and shoot the basketball at his size.”

Woods, a 6’4″ guard, averaged 16.1 points per game as a junior, shooting 46.5 percent overall from the floor with a 36.5 percent average from three-point range last season. He added 3.3 rebounds per game and 1.7 assists per contest while averaging just under a seal per game as Fairfield won the conference championship and he was named a first team All-League player and earning Division I All-Ohio honorable mention honors.
“We are extremely excited to add Logan to our program. He is a great fit on and off the floor,” Nagy said. “Comes from a basketball family that understands what it takes to win and be successful. We love his defensive mindset and his ability to play multiple positions offensively.”


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