It can....to a point. The over-all answer is not really any different than the answer for the 3.7. There's actually a lot of SC options for the 5.7 since they are very popular in all the Chargers, Challengers and Magnums. Edelbrock makes a real nice low-profile twin-screw kit that might
fit under the Commander's hood. Most of their kits for the 5.7 are either for the Ram truck, or any of the cars and while all the engines/blocks/heads are the same, the intake positioning and hood clearance are all different than the Commander's....the Ram intake actually comes off the BACK half of the engine and the cars pipe to the left where our battery is. Also all the engine accessory drives (AC, alternator, etc) and belts/routing is way different. Probably not that bad to retro-fit if it clears the hood and the frame brace. Further NONE of the intercoolers would fit, save MAYBE the GC SRT. However, at $6500 to $7500 depending which year model you have (changed to VVT for 2009).....that's a costly experiment.
Without doing any engine work your weak points are going to be head gaskets and head bolts since they aren't designed for increased pressures....as a result, most of these "bolt-on" kits have a rather low PSI rating. I think the Edelbrocks are only 5 psi. They still claim like 500ish HP at the flywheel or 450ish at the wheels depending on what vehicle the kit is actually designed for.
Your best bet is to look into a centrifugal type like a Pro-Charger....there'll still be a lot of custom fab parts you'll have to do because no one makes a bolt on kit for the Commander. But almost everyone at least makes a kit for the SRT Grand Cherokee and all the Hemi engines are the same on the outside- 5.7, 6.1, 6.4, etc. This would be the same process as a turbocharger almost but WITHOUT all the extra plumbing needed with regards to the exhaust- there is almost NO room down at the headers on our Jeeps. There are rear mounted turbo setups on some cars- like back at the muffler, but all that loss through the long amount of piping just does not seem like it's not worth it.
Lastly- all this intake work is for not if you don't replace the small "log" of an exhaust manifold setup that's stock on the Commanders. That's another $1700.
......but I haven't put much thought into the idea....