Sunday, June 22, 2014

Steve Enoch visiting UConn on Thursday

Steve Enoch, the 6-foot-9 power forward out of Norwalk who's been generating a lot of buzz on the recruiting trail lately, will be taking an unofficial visit to UConn on Thursday.

The plan for now is for Enoch to head up there early in the day and meet with the coaching staff, then possibly play with current members of the Husky squad during an open run later at night. Whether Enoch plays depends on how he's feeling -- he took a knee to the thigh recently, causing a contusion that kept him from playing at the NBA Top 100 camp this past week in Virginia.

"UConn is high on him," said his AAU coach, George Matthews. "Others that haven't officially offered are high on him. VCU is very high, Virginia has been high, Providence has been calling a lot, UCLA, Seton Hall ... it's been getting hectic."

Matthews added that Enoch "likes UConn, but he wants to know what the pluses and minuses are, how he'd fit in."

Enoch is Class of 2015 and only 16. There was thought about him re-classifying to '16, but that appears unlikely. He really burst on the scene a few weeks ago at the Pangos Camp out in Long Beach, California. Enoch went up against Steve Zimmerman, one of the top '15 big men in the nation, and more than held his own in two games, outscoring him and raising a lot of eyebrows.

Enoch stayed with Andre Drummond during his visit out there (Matthews has known and coached Drummond since he was 9 years old). Enoch played some pick-up games against Drummond and Shabazz Napier, who was also out there getting ready for the NBA Draft, as well as the Warriors' Klay Thompson and some other top D-1 players.

*** Also, highly touted, Class of 2015 power forward Chance Comanche is making an official visit to Storrs on Monday, per reports. Comanche, 6-10, hails from Los Angeles.

Comanche apparently likes what he's seen so far:

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