Almost a month to the day from when he named Arizona to his final five, 2015 four-star center Chance Comanchecommitted to the Wildcats on Sunday. Comanche, #45 on 247Sports Top 247 for 2015, joins an Arizona class that already contains standouts Allonzo Trier, Justin Simon, and Ray Smith. Since landing Trier, 247Sports has had Arizona's class ranked first in the nation for the 2015 season, and that does not look like it is going to change any time soon.
Sean Miller's dominance in recruiting has been present ever since he took the job at Arizona, but his class for 2015 is better than any other he's had, so far. With adding Comanche, and still being in on five-star Carlton Bragg (coach's visit scheduled September 24) and five-star center Stephen Zimmerman (official visit scheduled November 7), there is a chance Sean Miller's 2015 class could go down as the best recruiting class in college basketball history.
What should the Wildcats expect from Chance Comanche? Let's go to the videotape.
The first thing that stands out is that Comanche is one of the most explosive dunkers in the Class of 2015. He is six-foot-nine, so it's not surprising he can dunk, but he throws it down with authority. He also uses that six-foot-nine frame to block a good amount of shots. As you will see from most big men, he camps under the basket for his points and gets a good amount of rebounds in the process. He has great length and athleticism that will be much needed in the PAC-12. He could stand to put on a few pounds, as he is listed at 185, but that can easily be remedied in offseason workouts and programs once he gets to Arizona.
All in all, Comanche is a great fit for Sean Miller's bunch as the rich get richer. He should at center (or power forward if they land Stephen Zimmerman) for the Wildcats to open the 2015-2016 season.