He just returned home from a three-week vacation and now it
is back to business for this highly sought after tight end. After all, he has
26 offers to consider, while waiting on more. For The Woodlands,
"It's going pretty good," said Anderson, who is rated as a four-star tight end, 14th nationally. "I took some time off so that good, to not have to deal with anything with this stuff for a while."
Anderson, who has LSU winning the recruiting battle so far,
is still however waiting on
"I haven't heard from them for a long time," he said. "There hasn't been a lot going on with them, at least nothing too personal, like an offer. I'd still be interested in them. It's a Big 12 school and they've shown the ability to put a great team on the field every year."
K-State's recruitment has hit so low with
"Like I said, all I've gotten from them are letters, but not personal letters," he said. "So I don't know if they're still interested. They're still high up there for me though. I just haven't heard as much from them as I'd like. But they would for sure be in my top five if they came up with an offer."
The 6-foot-5 250 pound Anderson, who had 20 receptions for
260 yards last season and looks to be more involved in the receiving game as a
senior, said LSU's offer is the best looking right now, with Texas A&M and
Miami following in line not far too. He also likes
Anderson, who said he relies a lot on what his friends at the schools tell him, plans to take all his visits for now, but said that could change too.
"I just want to see what happens I think," he said. "But for now, I'd like to think I'd take all my visits before I commit anywhere. We'll just have to see where I'm at then."