"Right now, my only offer is from Arkansas-Monticello," Anderson told JCFootball.com recently. "I have interest from Memphis, Abilene Christian, Arkansas State, Eastern Michigan and Marshall. They all just want to see me play this upcoming season."
With his natural size and strength along with an explosive first step, Anderson has a lot to offer a four-year school.
"I'm good at both rushing the quarterback and stopping the run," Anderson noted. "This offseason, I have been doing sprints and speed drills to help me come off the ball faster and lifting weights and doing hands drills."
As a prep at Overlea High School in Baltimore, Maryland, Anderson had hoped to sing with Delaware, but he was unable to qualify.
"The reason I came to Dodge City is because they reached out to me and told me that they understood what happened and gave me opportunity to play for them and they get players to four-year schools."
Anderson is on pace to finish up his two-year degree in December and he will have three years to play two following the 2016 football season.