“If I have anywhere near the career Kirk has had so far, I will be extremely happy,” Logan said. “His record speaks for itself and for a young centre from Hull, he is the perfect person to look up to.
“He helps me out massively. I wouldn’t be half the player I am today without Kirk mentoring me.
“It’s an honour to play for Hull having followed them throughout my childhood and I’m happy to have signed a new deal.
“I now want to secure my place in the first team for next year and continue to make the starting line-up.”
Hull coach Lee Radford said: “Jack has shown since he has been in the first team that he has a natural ability to break the line and he’s got the energy to be there when somebody else does.
“The challenge was laid down to him when we got a number of injuries to fill the gap.
“Now he needs to finish this year well and get a good pre-season under his belt.”
Yeaman, who made his debut in 2001 and represented England and Great Britain at the height of his career, said: “I’m delighted to be here at the club I love for another year, there’s no other club for me.
“I’m enjoying my rugby and having to adapt my game which has given me a renewed focus and something I’m really excited about.”
Logan could get the opportunity of an extended first-team run next year with Radford planning to switch Yeaman into the back row for his 16th season with the club.
“That is something I’m looking forward to and a position I think will suit me and my style of play,” Yeaman said.
“It doesn’t matter where I play, as long as I’m pulling on the black and white shirt. It’s a proud moment every time I do that and something I will always cherish.”