Anderson's UNC official trip is scheduled for the weekend of January 22. That trip was originally scheduled for early December, but was postponed due to inclement weather.
Anderson, a 5-foot-11, 190-pound defensive back from Cleveland (Ohio) Glenville, has previously officially visited Michigan State, Ohio State, and West Virginia.
Miami, Michigan State, UNC, Ohio State, and West Virginia hats will be on the table during Anderson's declaration this Saturday.
"Basically the academic situation [at those aforementioned schools] fit me and [they are] big time football places," Anderson said.
Anderson doesn't plan to hold a second collegiate announcement. If either upcoming official visit changes his mind, he will simply switch his verbal commitment.
Troy Douglas is Anderson's primary recruiter for UNC. Anderson's recent conversations with Douglas have revolved around getting Anderson to Chapel Hill for a visit.
UNC is recruiting Anderson as a cornerback, while the other four finalists project him at safety.
In the U.S. Army All-American Bowl, Anderson will start at free safety for the East squad.
"I basically just man the field – play ‘centerfield,'" Anderson said.