Justin Simon, Ray Smith and Allonzo Trier have been a focal point of Arizona's offseason progression. Last season, the Wildcats lost four key starters and these freshman will be looked at to fill the void.
One freshman that isn't getting talked about as much is Chance Comanche and much of that has to do with the fact that his ability to make an impact is a bit unknown.
The truth is, Comanche will likely not see significant minutes this season, but it is not a knock against him as a player.
Kaleb Tarczewski and Dusan Ristic will get the majority of the minutes at the five, but it's important to look at the silver lining. The Southern California native will have an entire season to work on his frame and learn Miller's complex offensive and defensive schemes.
Aside from being a role player next season, Comanche has a great opportunity to further polish his craft under Tarczewski and Ristic. Both front court players have immense talent in the post - an area Comanche can certainly improve on.
Clearly Miller sees the potential in Comanche, especially since he has the ability to stretch the floor and is a decent passer from each elbow.
Miller is looking for long term stability with his front court players. Comanche can provide that as he will more than likely be a three to four year talent at Arizona. The goal now is to keep him on track and make sure that he is progressing as fast as he is capable of.