On the West Coast, one of the top big men regardless of class is Chance Comanche. After showing early promise, the junior is coming on strong.
Currently ranked No. 37 in the class of 2015, the 6-foot-10 center at Los Angeles (Calif.) View Park showed major signs during the summer.
While he'd previously teased with talent and size, Comanche began to put things together consistently as a low post scorer, rebounder and shot blocker.
"I think it was a good summer," Comanche told Rivals.com. "I think I actually showed what I was able to do because of how I performed. I was rebounding, running the floor, boxing out and talking on defense.
"I need to work on my post game, especially facing the basket and mid range."
Still skinny and growing into his body, Comanche's lack of strength hurts him at times. But, he makes up for it with great hands, soft touch and the fact that he wants to operate in the low post first while looking to expand his game and play some as four man to go along with his center ability.
"I prefer to play back to the basket," said Comanche. "But I can do both and I'll have to improve facing the basket some. I want to be a power forward."
Even though it is still early in the recruiting process for him, Comanche has started to pile up offers. Arizona, Oregon, Connecticut, Washington and USC have all given early offers and many more are sure to follow.
Frankly, Comanche is in no hurry to think about his recruitment and he's not likely to focus on that side of things for a while.
"I'm probably going to wait until at least my senior year," said Comanche. "I'm going to be looking at academics but I really haven't thought about much else with it."
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