"I really enjoyed it," Anderson said. "There was a bunch of stuff that I liked. I like the city of Louisville...it's a big city. I like how the program is run and the facilities are nice. I liked everything about it."
Prior to his visit to Louisville, Anderson told ITV that he wanted to make sure that he felt that he felt comfortable and that he would be able to play a big role on next season's defensive line.
In his discussions with the U of L coaches during his stay, Anderson appears to have heard exactly what he was hoping for.
"They told me that I'd start at the top of the depth chart if I came there," Anderson explained. "I was told that I'd get to take Marcus Jones spot."
As is the case with all positions, he will obviously have to earn the spot in practice and Anderson won't get a hard start on the competition, as he'd report to campus in early June.
An official visit to Texas A&M in January is next up for Anderson who says that he'll take all of his official visits prior to making a decision.