He impressed everyone in attendance by clocking a 4.4 40 at the Nike camp this summer. He racked that up with equally impressive marks in the vertical leap (35 inches), the shuttle run (4.1 seconds), and benched 185 pounds 17 times.
Anderson wowed everyone with his 83 receptions for 1200 yards last season and was named All-CIF for all divisions.
"I'm quick and I have good vision. After the catch I run pretty well. I'm reasonably thick so I can take some hits when I go across the middle to catch the ball," explained Anderson.
He is getting recruited by Northwestern, Fresno State, San Diego State, UW, and Idaho. "All of those schools called me this week," said Anderson.
For the Huskies, running backs coach Tony Alford phoned. "He told me to send him a film after our first game."
Anderson has cousins in the Seattle area so there is a family tie to the Pacific Northwest.
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