Scout.com attended two of Comanche's games last week and offered the following evaluation:
Comanche has made steady progress over the last six months and is becoming better at finishing, which he does with both hands. He's clearly grown over the past year and is expected to near 7-feet. His mobility has improved in recent months and he already moves well for a young kid his size who is still growing.
He plays hard and is constantly battling for position, but his lack of strength makes finishing and rebounding difficult against older players. Regardless, Comanche is a very good prospect who is consistently improving.
Comanche is happy with the beginning of his freshman season.
"It's going pretty well," Comanche said. "I've gotten a lot better and I'm getting along well with my teammates. I'm hoping to start by the end of my freshman year."
At this stage in his development Comanche is working hard on his positioning in the post.
"I'm usually in the right spot so they're able to get me the ball," he said. "When they drive in they're able to kick it to me and I can get the easy points. I'm working on boxing out and fronting the post better."
Comanche says that he hasn't received any recruiting attention to date, and that he didn't grow up rooting for anyone.