Again, I've explained why stats, alone, are not a useful measure. It goes beyond just what a stat says, how does Sam Logwood fit into a 4 out 1 in motion offense?
We can agree on this, neither of us have seen Sam Logwood play at all. So neither of us can even begin to understand how he will fit in this kind of offense.
3rd most in PPG does not equal 3rd scorer either. He was a role player for them, that much can be seen by his usage and minutes per game. Could he do more? Maybe! We just don't know.
25 attempts is not a "somewhat small sample size." It's an insignificant number for determining how good a shooter is. He was a 67% foul shooter and 45% from 2 point range, nothing about his profile screams 3 point shooter or quality shooter, even quality or efficient scorer.
Again, we can't just look at statistical profiles and act like that will automatically translate. He's not taking a lot of 3s (UNM doesn't either, so that could be part of the reasoning), so determining his capability as a shooter is incredibly problematic without more analysis on his actual play style.