Top Junior Plans More Clemson Trips

Clemson assistant coach Brad Scott and the Clemson Tigers are after another top prospect from Blythewood High School.

DL Justin Anderson Profile

6-4, 225 pound junior defensive line prospect Justin Anderson had another outstanding game Friday as he helped Blythewood (Columbia) complete another undefeated season.

"It went well," he said. "We won 37-6. We are finished with our season now. We finished at 10-0."

The prize recruit had an outstanding junior season.

"I finished the year with eight sacks. I don't keep track of tackles so I'm not sure how many tackles I had."

The top junior visited Death Valley for the Virginia Tech game.

"It was a pretty good time even though they lost the game. I still like Clemson and everything," said Anderson. "I will be there for the next Clemson home game. I will be there to see them play Wake Forest."

When asked if he has any current favorites, Anderson responded, "Nah, I don't really. I am just trying to take it all in right now."

Teammate Marquan Jones is working to get Justin to join him in Tigertown.

"We talk about recruiting a lot, but mostly just about having fun. He does tell me he wants me at Clemson. He pushes me to become a Clemson Tiger," said Anderson.

Jones and Anderson have built a strong relationship over the past two years.

"We are real close. When I first came to Blythewood me and Marquan would do drills together to get in shape. We worked real hard," said Anderson.

The future 4-star defensive lineman plans to camp at both Palmetto powers next summer.

"I plan on going to the South Carolina and Clemson camps next summer," said Anderson.

What does the talented athlete plan to do now that his junior football season is complete?

"I am going to play basketball. I am also going to hit the weight room to get stronger and faster," replied Anderson. Top Stories