Los Angeles, Calif., View Park center Chance Comanche, who is ranked as the No 6 center prospect in the Class of 2015, isn't rushing his recruitment.
The 6-foot-11, 190-pound Comanche said last week during the NBA Players Association Camp that a bunch are showing interest and he's "wide open."
Comanche has offers from Arizona, USC, Colorado and Oregon and also has interest from Baylor, Syracuse, Florida State, Maryland and DePaul along with the Louisville. He said he's talked several times with U of L assistant Wyking Jones.
"(Louisville) is pretty good," Comanche said. "I wouldn't mind going there. They're a pretty good school. When I saw them play in the Sweet Sixteen, they had that team chemistry. They know how to win and work together.
They know what they can do with each other. And that's how you win games, you have to win games as a team."
Scout.com national analyst Brian Snow evaluated Comanche at the NBPA Camp and said he is "just oozing with potential."
"Comanche runs the floor very well, has good length, and is a very good athlete," Snow said in his evaluation. "Offensively he is somewhat raw, but he did find a way to be productive around the rim. Also he was good rebounding where despite being at a strength disadvantage he battled and competed."
Comanche said he likely won't commit until his senior year.