Starting To Shine

Louisville Male High School quarterback Brian Anderson has started to draw the interest of college coaches by having a great month of June.

Due to an impressive season playing baseball, Louisville Male High School quarterback Brian Anderson entered the month of June unknown to most.

However, since putting down his glove, Anderson has performed extremely well, leading his team to 7-on-7 passing tournament titles at Louisville, as well two additional one's hosted by his school last weekend.

On Saturday, the 6-foot-4, 195-pound quarterback once again led his squad to another 7-on-7 title, this time at the University of Illinois. He'll be attempting to finish 5-0 when Male High School attends an event in Knoxville.

Anderson, who also had a strong outing at Louisville's QB/WR camp - which also included Neil Caudle, David Cone, Joei Fiegler, Shaine Teirney and others - tossed for over 2,900 yards and 24 touchdowns as a junior. The third-year starter earned All-County and All-District honors in 2004.

This weekend he'll embark on a road trip that will take him to Michigan, Michigan State, Kentucky, Notre Dame and Purdue for unofficial visits.

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