"We're all very excited about it," St. Bonaventure head coach Jon Mack said. "Warren was very fired up about his trip and the coaches and decided to go ahead and commit there. I'm fired up for him too because I think it's a great fit for him.
"Warren is a very academic oriented kid so from that standpoint, it's tough to beat Northwestern. From a football standoint, I think Warren will fit in very well with what they do there on defense and we all felt very comfortable with the staff. Coach (Pat) Fitzgerald was the one recruiting Warren and did a great job. Like I said, we all think it's a great fit for him."
Anderson is a talented player who can get up the field and get after the quarterback. He's strong against the run and is a physical player that should do well in the rugged Bug 10. Anderson was also looking at Stanford and Fresno State who had also offered.
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