Logan became a star at Western Carolina, then a member of the NAIA.
Henry scored 3,290 points in his career, averaging 30.7 points per game. During his senior season, he scored 1,049 points while leading the nation with a scoring average of 36.2 points per game.
He was drafted in the fourth round of the 1968 NBA Draft by the Seattle SuperSonics. He was also drafted by the Oakland Oaks in the 1968 ABA Draft.
Logan played for the Oakland Oaks in the 1968-69 ABA season, when the Oaks won the 1969 ABA Championship.
Playing in 76 games, Logan scored 947 points for an average of 12.5 points per game. He increased that to an average of 13.6 points per game during the playoffs.
During the 1969-1970 season Logan played for the ABA’s Washington Caps. He played in 32 games, scoring 311 points for an average of 9.7 points per game.
He also played for the gold medal-winning U.S. men’s basketball team in the Pan Am Games in 1967.
In 2000, Logan was inducted into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame along with Duke University coach Mike Krzyzewski and Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson.