Wisconsin still has a number of players uncommitted who had strong AAU seasons, and really improved their games in different facets. One such player primed with talent to compete at the next level is Logan Jedwabny of Kaukauna H.S. (WI). Jedwabny is a 2020 Combo Guard who played with the WI Blizzard-Kuranda program in the grassroots travel season.

At 6'3" and 185-pounds, Jedwabny is built with a solid basketball frame and he displays good athleticism to be able to compete physically at either guard spot. He has enough quickness to control the point of attack on both ends of the floor, staying in front defensively or getting by defenders on the other side. With his strength Jedwabny does a really good job of creating or absorbing contact when attacking the rim and still finishing through. That ability and his determination driving to the hoop also gets him to the free throw often, and with his size he can score over smaller guard defenders with confidence. 

Perhaps the best aspect to Jedwabny's game is his shooting ability, particularly from the perimeter. The talented senior guard showed game in and game out he is a difference maker with his three-point shooting and he had worked hard to continue improving his efficiency. With that, Jedwabny is also looking to improve his overall driving ability mixed with elevating his effectiveness shooting off the dribble, areas he will look to put on display more as the high school season gets underway.

Jedwabny is a competitor and a guard who can really fill it up, putting points on the board. He has the physical tools to play at the next level and a solid skill set that's still developing. Northern Michigan has offered Jedwabny already, and more D-II and low D-I schools should take a closer look at his play throughout the season, as he can compete at those levels.