Tycen Anderson of Toledo St. John's Jesuit High School is officially a Toledo Rocket. The hometown star on the football field and the basketball court has tremendous athleticism along with great size at six-three, 185-pounds. The future defensive back for the Rockets will look to take after former St. John's defensive back, Cheatham Norrils who had a stellar career with the Rockets. Anderson has ball hawking skills and made several big time plays for the Titans this past season as a senior leader. As he remains in Toledo, several family members and former teammates will expect big things from him, which could help or hinder him along the way. Either way, the Rockets are excited about what they see.
Toledo St. John's Jesuit DB Tycen Anderson Signs with the Rockets
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