Sophomore's aren't supposed to be at 1,000 points scored mid-way through their sophomore year but when you're six foot eight inches tall and can shoot, you get there quickly. Jackson Loge of Morris Area, Minnesota has an array of offensive firepower. Solid post moves for a 16 year old and jump shot guards dream about.

Loge averages 24 ppg while shooting 57% from the field and 38% from beyond the arc. In 12 recorded game stats in 2019-20 he's taken 115 free throws making 68%. He's also a rebounding machine gathering 15 boards a contest.

Loge gets involved on defense as well. He has blocked 26 shots and gotten 13 steals while assisting on 39 made shots. 

Q: How's the season so far?
A: It’s been alright, we started off a little slow though. We are a young team that have 5 sophomores play a lot. We’ve won our last 4 games and we’re now 6-5.

Q: You hit 1,000 points and you're in the middle of your sophomore year, that's impressive. How do you get most of your points?
A: Thank you. Most of my points have come from down low. I draw a lot of attention in the paint and I draw a lot of fouls so I shoot a lot of free throws. I have also scored from deep and midrange a lot too.

Q: Making your free throws is important. Playing a lot of sophomore’s can be tough. Do you feel you guys are growing?
A: I feel like we are improving each game. We started off slow but we are continually getting better and learning how to play as a team.

Q: Have you been hearing from colleges yet?
A: I have heard from Iowa, SDSU, NDSU, Belmont, Liberty, and Michigan.