"The Hoosier Hysteria was the biggest highlight for me," said Anya. "I walked out there and the atmosphere was great. It showed how much they really love the basketball down there. I had a chance to hang out with some of the guys I didn't know before and see the atmosphere. It was a great feeling. I think my mom enjoyed the visit as well.
"With Indiana, I like the atmosphere. I think coach Crean is a good coach, and he can develop players. I think that is something I would need."
NC State has the next chance to impress Anya. He visited the Wolfpack unofficially in late August and this time will have a chance to spend the weekend in Raleigh.
"I'm excited about my NC State visit," he said. "My mom is coming with me to NC State too. I want to get a chance to watch them practice and on my unofficial visit I didn't get to meet all the guys so hopefully I can meet some of the other players. I want to talk with them and get their feelings on NC State... get their insight on some things.
"With NC State, coach Gottfried is a very good coach. He tells me that the offense would fit a player like me and I would prosper in the offense. Plus, I'd get a chance to play as a freshman... that's nice."
NC State remains in the mix for Anya in large part due to the persistent recruiting efforts of assistant coach Rob Moxley. He has recruited Anya for over a year now and made him a priority back when he was hired at NC State in the spring of 2011.
Coach Moxley is at my school a lot and he calls and texts when he can to check on me and see how I'm doing. He just stays in touch with me as much as possible... I like him a lot."
As of now, Anya doesn't have a timeframe for making a decision or any other visits yet. He says that he is still considering Pittsburgh and Ohio State, and hasn't ruled out giving a commitment to a school after this weekend's trip.
"I'm not sure yet," he stated. "Pittsburgh and Ohio State are still in there, but I haven't set up anything yet.
"When the time comes, I'm going to look at the atmosphere and playing time as a freshman."
A four-star recruit, Anya is ranked the No. 4 center in the country and the No. 43 player overall in the 2013 class by Scout.com.