New Mexico wing Sam Logwood announced his intentions to transfer from the university Monday afternoon, per his Twitter account.
I wont be returning next year but thank you New Mexico. I appreciate you all. It was a true blessing to be able to play for the Lobos.— SL III (@Sammy2timesss) March 27, 2017
Logwood was a focal point to the Lobos in the 2016-17 season. The junior from Indianapolis scored a career-high 7.3 points per game while shooting 44.9% from the field, finishing third on the team in scoring.
The news of Logwood’s transfer continues the destruction of the Lobo roster over the start of the offseason.
Elijah Brown, who led UNM with 18.8 points per game last season and Anthony Mathis, a sophomore point guard, also received a release from the university earlier this month.
Craig Neal has two highly-ranked centers coming in next season, but the roster could be one of the weakest he has had during his time in Albuquerque. Freshman guard Dane Kuiper, who scored six points per game last season, is the only returning Lobo who averaged more than 5.7 points per game last year.