CU Offers Houston Athlete (free content)

Colorado sent out around 15 offers to the Lone Star State towards the end of May. One landed at the doorstep of versatile athlete, Terrance Anderson. The receiver/defensive back prospect has over 10 written offers. He talks about his interest in the Buffs.

Height: 5-10
Weight: 161
40 time: 4.68
Bench: 250
Squat: 420
Clean: 220
From: Houston, Texas
High School: Aldine

As a junior, Terrance Anderson threw for over 800 yards and five touchdowns. He rushed for 600 yards and 12 touchdowns. He was named first team all-district at quarterback. Although he will not be a signal caller at the next level with his diminutive size. "Schools like me as an athlete," says Anderson. "I played defensive back when I was a sophomore. It doesn't matter to me where I play in college."

He feels he could do well on the next level as a playmaker. "I am great running with the ball because I have good field vision. I also have good agility and quickness."

Anderson is claiming written offers from Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, Wisconsin, Northwestern, Nebraska, Utah, Iowa State, San Diego State, Colorado, and UTEP. "I have some more but those are the ones I can think of off the top of my head."

His leading five emerge from this group. "My top two are Oklahoma and Oklahoma State. The other three would be Wisconsin, Northwestern and Nebraska."

He just got back from the Cowboys' camp and is heading to UTEP today. "I will also go to the Texas A&M camp in July."

Although they are not in his top five, Anderson does say he has interest in Colorado. "They are a pretty good program. I would say I have interest in them. I speak with Coach (Bill) Inge every few weeks. He just tells me to keep my grades up and get the SAT score I need. He tells me to continue to work hard."

Anderson lists the items he is looking for in his eventual school of choice. "Great academics is the first thing. I also have to feel comfortable there. I have no problem with leaving Texas if I need to, and my parents are leaving the decision 100 percent up to me."

The athlete carries a 3.4 core GPA and is waiting on the score from the recent SAT he took. Anderson would like to major in Business Management.

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