Mattoon, IL - The gueling season is over, and Spring is in the air. Student-athletes are making life-changing decisions about their academic and athletic future. Two Lakers have decided where they will take their talents after Lake Land College. The 6'5 Sophomore shooting guard Logan Carson (DuQuion, IL), has decided to go to McKendree University (Lebanon, IL) to finish his degree and his playing career. Carson averaged 9 ppg and was selected as a 2nd team selection to the Great Rivers Athletic Conference (GRAC) in his Sophomore campaign and helped his 2013 class to a 41-23 record over two seasons.
Devin Carter, a 6'4 wing from Champaign Centennial High School has chosen to take his talents to the Mid American Conference (MAC) and Kent State University where he will play for one of Coach Brown's colleagues and good friend Rob Senderoff. Carter was selected as the Freshman of the Year in the GRAC and was also selected as a first team All-GRAC and first team All-Region 24 member. Carter averaged 18 ppg and scored over 25 points several times in his freshman campaign.