THE LIST: Class of 2014 Rivals150
For the third time in the class of 2014, Kevin Stallings and Vanderbilt have landed a perimeter player who is a member of the Rivals150.
Late Monday night while most of the Midwest was falling asleep, the Commodores were sealing the deal with Riley LaChance.
A 6-foot-2 combo guard from Brookfield (Wisc.) Central, LaChance used a huge summer with Ray Allen Select to catapult himself into the national spotlight and a No. 147 ranking in the Rivals150.
His shooting jumps out at you immediately. LaChance shoots with range, he shoots off the catch and he can create space for himself to make pull-up jumpers off the dribble. But, he has more than just shooting in his game. LaChance is also a clever playmaker and intense competitor.
Before he arrives in the SEC, LaChance will need to add strength but he is certainly another strong addition.
Throw him together with four-stars Wade Baldwin and Matthew Fisher-Davis and Vanderbilt now has a nice incoming backcourt trio. There is athleticism and versatility with Baldwin, a rangy shooter with Fisher-Davis and a solid combo guard who can also stretch defenses in LaChance.
Eric Bossi is the national basketball recruiting analyst for Rivals.com. You can click here to follow him on Twitter.
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