The following is what The Insiders have to say about Anderson.
Last season as a junior Anderson caught 20 passes for 260 yards and scored 7 TDs. He bench presses 370, squats 415 and has a vertical jump of 30".
Scouting Report: A very-good looking tight end prospect who excels as blocker. His film shows him espectially adept at executing first- and second-level blocks. Also shows off a great pair of hands. Needs to work on his release, route-running and speed if he wants to see action in the passing game on the next level. With his 6-4/6-4.5, 250-pound frame, could also move to an OT position.
Anderson:"I'm physical and have good size and strength. I'm working hard on my speed because I'll be playing more receiver next season. I'm also a good blocker. I want to improve my 40 speed and agility and I'd like to improve my leg strength."
Anderson carries a 3.4 GPA and has a 990 SAT.
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Anderson pledges commitment to LSU
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