"I am going to North Carolina this weekend, and Louiville on the 19th," said Anderson, who has recently added the Tar Heels to his list, making it a quartet of schools on his final list. (West Virginia and Kentucky are the other two.) "After that, I will sit down with my family and make the decision that's right for me, but I will probably wait until Signing Day (Feb. 7) to announce my decision."
Of the four schools, two currently have an edge.
"At the very top are Kentucky and West Virginia," Anderson said. "And North Carolina has been showing me a lot of interest recently."
Anderson also noted that the recent coaching shuffles at Louisville and West Virginia haven't had a big impact on his evaluation of either school.
"The coaching moves don't really have a big impact on me. "I was not that close to the WVU coaches that left. [Bobby Petrino leaving] at Louisville was a little upsetting, but he was going for a lot more money, so I can understand that."
West Virginia is still recruiting Anderson aggressively. Assistant coach Calvin Magee, who is Anderson's recruiting coach, will make an in home visit early next week after returning from the Hula Bowl.