Chance Comanche Declares, Won’t Hire Agent


Sean Miller will be without Lauri Markkanen and
Kobi Simmons, both of whom have hired agents, and Chance Comanche
has also declared for the draft, albeit, he has chosen not to
hire an agent, as of yet giving him the greenlight to withdraw
and return for his junior year in Tucson.

It is widely accepted that Comanche is aiming
to hear feedback from NBA scouts on how he can improve his game
and hoping that a good junior year can propel him into the first
round, however, a promise by a team in the 20s could have Miller
losing the big man to the professional ranks. He has until June
12th to withdraw from the draft, provided, he doesn’t hire an
agent prior.

A statement was released earlier today by

“I am excited about the opportunity to
explore my NBA options, gather information and dedicate the next
month to reaching my goals of becoming an NBA player,”
Comanche said. “At the conclusion of this process, my family
and I will make the best decision for my future both on and off
the court. I also want to thank Coach Miller and the Arizona
staff for supporting my decision.”

Comanche played a tick over 18 minutes for the
Wildcats, averaging 6.3 points and 3.6 rebounds while connecting
on 57.1% of field goal attempts, though those numbers dwindled in
the Big Dance as Arizona lost to Xavier in the Sweet 16.

Miller is also awaiting on decisions from
Allonzo Trier and Rawle Atkins.



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