Anderson Asking For A Chance

Former four-star athlete Latwan Anderson has not been heard from much in the past few years, but he has recently petitioned NCAA president Mark Emmert in an effort to have his eligibility restored. The ex-Cleveland Glenville defensive back explains his story in this Scout video interview.
December 21, 2014

Latwan Anderson Back In The Game

Former Ohio prep star Latwan Anderson will be attending East Mississippi Community College this summer in an attempt to jump-start his career. The four-star recruit attended Miami on a track scholarship in 2011, before leaving without ever playing a down of football.
May 20, 2012

Bearcats land 5-star Anderson for 2012

Former Cleveland safety Latwan Anderson said he plans to attend Cincinnati in January.
July 26, 2011

Anderson Will Not Sign Soon

Cleveland (OH) Glenville star Latwan Anderson committed to West Virginia at the USAAAB last month, but he will not be signing his letter of intent on National Signing Day. Anderson indicated he is considering three schools, West Virginia, Ohio State and USC. Bill Greene spoke to Anderson to get the latest news.
February 3, 2010

Latwan Gives The Latest

Cleveland (OH) Glenville star Latwan Anderson committed to West Virginia three weeks ago at the USAAAB in San Antonio. Now, Anderson is headed to USC this weekend, on an official visit, to check out the Trojans. Might there be a Signing Day surprise coming? Is Ohio State still in the picture? Bill Greene has the latest.
January 26, 2010

Anderson Committed, But....

SAN ANTONIO, Texas -- Latwan Anderson has been thinking for quite a while about making his college choice on national television.
January 9, 2010

WVU Is The Choice

Latwan Anderson led off the commitment parade from Saturday's U.S. Army All-American Bowl, and he made Mountaineer fans happy with his announcement.
January 9, 2010

Anderson Plans to Still Visit UNC

SAN ANTONIO --- Latwan Anderson will make a collegiate declaration during the U.S. Army All-American Bowl on Saturday. However, his recruitment won't be completely finished.
January 8, 2010