Logan Lee
Director of Sales
Logan graduated from Texas A&M with a B.S. in agricultural leadership & development ('06) and a M.S. in sport management ('08). After graduation, he coached on the basketball staffs at A&M, Kentucky and Paris Junior College. In 2010 Logan started at TexAgs as a basketball and recruiting analyst, but now serves as Director of Sales, along with covering Aggie Basketball. He’s married to Katy (Pounds) Lee, who played at A&M for Gary Blair.
Aggie Legends Golf Classic
11 hrs ago by Logan Lee
Upgrades in Tuscaloosa
1 day ago by Logan Lee
Trinity Christian power forward Tyreek Smith commits to Texas A&M
Basketball Recruiting ⋅ 15 days ago by Logan Lee
Billy Kennedy and the Texas A&M basketball program received a shot in the arm Wednesday when 4-star power forward Tyreek Smith pledged to play for the Aggies. Smith is a top-15 player in Texas and becomes the third commitment in the 2019 class.
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Who's tailgating today?
21 days ago by Logan Lee
**Join us Thursday morning at A&M Hotel...8-11 a.m.**
1 mo ago by Logan Lee
Aggie Legends Golf Classic
2 mo ago by Logan Lee
John Pugliese shares his thoughts on Robert Williams' slide to pick No. 27
During Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio, LockDraft.com analyst John Pugliese joined the program to discuss Aggie big-man Robert Williams' fall to the bottom of the first round and his fit in Boston.
Robert Williams selected 27th overall by the Celtics in the 2018 NBA Draft
Robert Williams became the fourth player in Texas A&M history to be drafted in the first round of the NBA Draft on Thursday evening when the Boston Celtics made him the 27th overall selection. Williams was a two-time SEC Defensive Player of the Year in Aggieland.
Draft Analysis: What to expect from Robert Williams in Boston
Now that Robert Williams has been selected in the first round of the Draft, Logan Lee offers some insights on Rob's journey to the NBA and how he projects as a member of the Celtics.
Texas A&M Basketball set to hire Jeff Reynolds as assistant coach
Billy Kennedy will fill the open spot on his bench with Jeff Reynolds, the current Director of Scouting and Game Management at Virginia Tech. Reynolds spent five seasons as head coach at Air Force and has spent four decades in coaching.
Big 12-SEC Challenge / Aggies to play KState in Reed
A&M to play Gonzaga in home-and-home series in 2018, 2019
Texas A&M Basketball adds Oregon State to schedule for next two years
Amir Abdur-Rahim leaving Texas A&M, joining Crean's staff at Georgia
Following speculation from ESPN's Jeff Goodman, Logan Lee can confirm that Texas A&M assistant Amir Abdur-Rahim will be leaving the A&M basketball program to join Tom Crean's staff at Georgia.
Sharpshooter Brandon Mahan provides needed depth for A&M Hoops
Brandon Mahan signed with Texas A&M out of Chipola College earlier this week, and he plays a position of need for the Aggies. His shooting prowess should allow A&M to spread the floor, and he'll be valuable as a scoring threat.
JUCO shooting guard Brandon Mahan signs with Texas A&M
On Wednesday the Aggies added another junior college player, this time inking Chipola College (FL) guard Brandon Mahan. Originally from Birmingham, Mahan averaged 14 points per game and was a 50 percent three-point shooter in his one season at Chipola.
Do-it-all combo guard Wendell Mitchell to aid Aggies on perimeter
With the departure of DJ Hogg to the professional ranks, Texas A&M needed another threat along the perimeter heading into the 2019 season. Enter Wendell Mitchell, one of the top JUCO players in the nation.
Aggie Men's Hoops lands Trinity Valley C.C. guard Wendell Mitchell
With the departure of D.J. Hogg, Texas A&M Men's Basketball needed to fill a hole on the perimeter, and the Aggie staff did that in a big way on Tuesday, securing a commitment from the countries top JUCO guard, Wendell Mitchell.
DJ Hogg declares for NBA Draft, will not return to A&M for senior season
Texas A&M junior forward DJ Hogg announced on Monday that he will leave Texas A&M to pursue professional basketball. Hogg has signed with an agent, which makes him ineligible to return for his senior season with the Aggies.
Junior Texas A&M guard Admon Gilder declares for the NBA Draft
The do-it-all man for Aggie basketball program over the las three seasons, junior Admon Gilder announced that he will be declaring for the NBA Draft without an agent on Friday. TexAgs basketball analyst Logan Lee shares his thoughts.
 
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