JUCO Player Should Help

Reporter Mike Sullivan has a followup story on the decision by Brooklyn native Kevin Anderson, who is perfecting his craft at a JUCO in New York City ... The forward is hoping to be granted a redshirt year too ...

Kevin Anderson, a 6-foot-9, 215-pound center/power forward from Technical Career Institutes in New York, N.Y. should be a player that has an impact on the college level.

Anderson, a Brooklyn native, has already given a commitment to Cleveland State. This was confirmed by reporter Brian Towey in his interview with Technical Career Institutes head coach Pernell Hosier.

Anderson made his decision on his visit to Cleveland State during a Midnight Madness celebration weekend.


A long and slender post player, Anderson runs the floor and changes shots with his length. He missed all but four games as a freshman at T.C.I. due to an ankle injury. Hosier said that Cleveland St. will petition the NCAA for a medical redshirt to attempt to regain the extra year of eligibility for Anderson.

Anderson arrived at T.C.I. after some brief moments at the College of Southern Idaho during the summer before his freshman year. Prior to junior college, he spent time at God's (Texas) Academy. Originally, he attended Boys and Girls High School in Brooklyn.

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