Chase Jeter has a chance to be the most impactful transfer in the country going into this season. The Arizona Wildcats have two giant holes to fill in their frontcourt last year, with DeAndre Ayton and Dusan Ristic no longer in Tucson. Jeter will be heavily relied on to be the consistent post presence each and every game going into next season. We saw a decent amount of Jeter’s game during his two seasons at Duke, and he comes ready to contribute immediately as an effective post defender. Chase Jeter is proficient at using his length to constantly contest shots around the basket and provide some serviceable rim protection as well. Where Jeter will need to improve on a consistent basis is limiting turnovers and also securing rebounds and while not surrendering any second-chance points. Now that Ayton is gone, Jeter won’t be looked at to provide the same exact impact on offense, but he will be asked to expand his skill set as a big man where he can score in a few different ways (from the foul line extended, and or back to the basket counter moves). Jeter will be the only player taller than 6’9 on the Wildcats’ roster this upcoming season, and the team will rely on him to play bigger than he ever played as a Blue Devil.
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