“Recruiting is going good so far,” Comanche said. “Arizona is the school that is recruiting me the hardest. They call and text me as much as they are allowed to.”
Arizona’s main pitch to Comanche has a lot to do with his development should he choose the Wildcats.
“They tell me they can make me the best player I can be and they can see me in their program,” he said. “If I want to go pro, they can help me get there and if I want to stay all four years they can help me develop that way too.”
Speaking of development, Comanche is working hard in order to maximize his ability.
“This summer is going well playing against the top players and seeing what it is like on the east coast and west,” he said. “There’s no days off really, just been in the gym working and playing games.
“I am mainly working on my strength, but also my shot and post game. I have also been working on my dribbling and being able to push up the court. My best attributes are being able to run the court, rebounding, blocking shots, and just getting the team going.”
Comanche will take an official visit to Arizona on September 13 and he has a good idea of what he will be focusing on.“I just want to see how the players get along with the coaches, how they act off the court,” Comanche said. “Also I want to see the campus and ask the players how they like it.”
As far as a decision goes, Comanche is taking the recruiting process as it comes.“I am still deciding what other visits I will take, if any,” Comanche said. “I am not sure when I will decide, just when it feels right and if it happens, it happens.”