"It went good," Anderson said. "The game and the atmosphere were incredible. I have never seen a crowd that crazy before. Everything about playing there would be perfect. I also have grandparents that live in Jacksonville and Bartow. That would make the transition easy.
"Jarvis Moss was my host and he showed me a good time. The (coaching) staff seems pretty nice. Florida just started recruiting me a few weeks ago and everything kind of happened pretty fast with them. I think I got a good feel for everything down there."
Anderson had a sensation senior season with 27 sacks. He had 21 as a junior and 10 as a sophomore. Those are some nice numbers. His performance on the field has drawn the attention from schools coast to coast. In addition to the Gators, Anderson will also visit Ohio State (12-5), USC (12-12), Oklahoma (12-19) and Miami (1-16).
"I would have never imagined this growing up. Never. Right now, I think I know where I want to go but I plan on taking all my official visits just to make sure. I would like to wait until February to announce my decision. Right now, I plan on leaving the state for sure."
Today, Miami made an in-home visit with Anderson. Tomorrow, Ohio State will come by for an in-home.
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