Florida QB looking at Arizona

Florida quarterback Kilton Anderson is taking his time with the recruiting process. Read on to see where Arizona stands, what he is looking for in a school, and more.

Although Naples (Fla.) 2014 dual-threat quarterback Kilton Anderson doesn't have many major offers, that could easily change in the next few months.

The 6-foot-3 signal caller is currently playing baseball while also focusing on his football future.

"I'm playing baseball right now," Anderson said. "It's really a lot of fun, but I'm still working on football because I'm in the weight room and I've still been practicing doing some 7-on-7's and other stuff like that.

"It's not the same as practicing every day, but I'm still getting better. The main thing is getting on the same page with my receivers this summer and that will happen."

Anderson is looking to improve numerous aspects of his game, but is also focusing specifically on a few.

"Working on my strength and accuracy is incredibly important," he said. "I'm trying to visualize what I want to do on the field and just leading the receiver to the perfect sport."

The Wildcat coaching staff has been in contact with Anderson.

"Arizona sticks out right now," Anderson said. "They've said they're very interested and they like what they see. It's a school that I want to check out and learn more about."

In addition, there is a school closer to home that is sticking out a bit.

"Miami has been in touch as well and it's a close school that is getting better, so that is an option as well," Anderson said. "I would imagine I will figure out a lot more about my recruitment during the next few months."

In addition to excelling on the field, Anderson is a solid student who already has an academic plan for the future.

"I want to major in something like business," Anderson said. "I would like to be an entrepreneur of some sort, so whatever school I decide to go to, I certainly hope they have a good business program."

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