Anderson Impressive at TCU camp

Frisco, TX offensive lineman Jack Anderson already holds one offer and is hearing from several more.

Although he still has three years to go until signing day, Frisco, TX offensive lineman Jack Anderson has already become a well-known name in recruiting circles.

The 2017 prospect is drawing interest from several programs and recently picked up his first offer from Texas Tech. The offer came as a shock for the 6-foot-4, 275-pounder left tackle.

"It was awesome; Coach Kliff (Kingsbury) was on the phone and he told me they want to offer me a full ride," he said. "I was in shock for a while. I'm super excited still."

More offers could be on the way for Anderson. He's hearing from the entire Big 12 and a few SEC schools already and has plans to make a stop to Texas A&M this weekend where his grandfather played football.

"Pretty much every school in the Big 12 I'm talking to; I've talked to the LSU o-line coach and a few SEC schools," he said. "I'll be visiting A&M on Sunday; my grandpa is a legacy there, he played football at A&M so that's exciting."

Last weekend Anderson was one of the top players in attendance at TCU's linemen camp. The big lineman received positive feedback from the coaching staff on his performance which included a nice talk with head coach Gary Patterson.

"I think I showed out in the drills," he said. "I got some real good feedback (from the coaches); there were a few times I wasn't used to stuff but I'll get familiar with it. Coach Patterson pulled me aside and talked to me for a minute so that was pretty good."

Anderson has visited TCU a few times already and knows he's firmly on the coaches' radar.

"I've been talking with Cumbie for a while and visited a couple of times," he said. "I'm on their radar for sure. It was good to see how I fit in with the program and how I compare competition wise."

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