Chance Comanche has list of top seven, sets visit to Arizona
Chance Comanche is advancing in his recruitment, and has a list of seven schools at the top. He also set a trip to Arizona for the fall.
SUWANEE, Ga. -- When thinking of big guys on the West Coast, Chance Comanche isn't the first one that comes to mind. There's Ivan Rabb, Chase Jeter and Stephen Zimmerman.
So when Comanche has a chance to make a statement against another top-50 post player, he wants to impress.
On Thursday at the Under Armour Finals, Comanche went head-to-head with Doral Moore, a four-star big man from Georgia. Neither was that productive on the offensive end, but Comanche's length and defensive ability helped get Earl Watson Elite get the win.
"This makes me want to play harder and go at it more. There's not many people bigger than me, so I just have to give it all I got," Comanche said of playing against Moore.
"I feel like I did pretty good. I was consistent on offense, running the floor a little bit, boxing out, rebounding, but I can keep going harder."
Ranked No. 44 in the 247Sports Composite for the class of 2015, the 6-foot-10 Comanche uses his length to create problems for opponents at both ends of the floor. He is solid on the offensive glass, and blocks or alters shots defensively. His back-to-the-basket game is undeveloped at this point, though, and he also wants to work on his face-up game.
Comanche is hearing from the entire Pac-12, in addition to Kansas, Michigan and Maryland. His top seven include Arizona, Arizona State, UCLA, USC, Connecticut, North Carolina State and California.
He is expected to take an official visit to Arizona on September 13.
"Style of play, Sean Miller is a great coach," Comanche said of what he likes about the Wildcats. "They play intense and go at it."
Comanche averaged 10.6 points and 6.4 rebounds during the Under Armour circuit.
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