Wide receiver Shane Anderson from Saguaro was one of the state's most versatile players last season. In helping the Sabercats to a 13-1 record and 4A1 state title, the 6-1 205 pound Anderson was an all region selection on both sides of the ball. For the year he accounted for over 1100 yards of offense and scored 16 TDs. On defense he was in on 46 tackles and 3 INTs. He ended up with offers from UTEP, Colorado State and Nevada, he chose to sign with the Wolfpack and is already up in Reno training and 24-7Football.com caught up with him to see how it was going.
Scout.com How are you
training to get ready for camp?
"I've been training to get ready by lifting four times a week and conditioning twice a week."
When do you
"I reported July 6th and have been working out and running with the team for two weeks now."
What is the biggest difference in the game?
"The biggest difference in the game right now is the speed of it. Everyone there plays at a faster rate and knows how to play and has been in your shoes."
For this year's recruits I would say, live it
up while you can, take all your visits because once you get up there, they
aren't going to treat you like a recruit anymore."
Do you think you will red-shirt?
"As far as red-shirting goes they haven't mentioned to me that I'm going to for sure but they also never said that I won't."
Are you nervous for camp?
"I'm a little nervous for camp, not that I won't do well, more of running hard everyday and pushing myself to the limit."
What advice would you give to this year's seniors in regards to recruiting?
For this year's recruits I would say, live it up while you can, take all your visits because once you get up there, they aren't going to treat you like a recruit anymore."
24-7 would like to wish Shane the best of luck
in his college career.
24-7 would like to wish Shane the best of luck in his college career.