Thursday, May 16, 2013

Marquette Transfer Juan Anderson Considering Weber State

Weber State has an open scholarship, and Juan Anderson is a candidate to fill it. Anderson played two years for Marquette, and is a 6'6'' SF. Last year, he played 13 minutes per game, averaging 2.7 points and 2.9 rebounds per game for the Golden Eagles, who went to the Elite Eight.

He was a four-star recruit coming out of high school, and here was one scouting report on him:

If Anderson can consistently stick the outside shot, he'll definitely be able to contribute at the high-major level. He affects the game on many levels and he plays with purpose. His frame has filled out and as a result he plays much bigger now at both ends. At this stage he may be the top 3-man in the west, although it's not a formidable group of wings for his class.
He is a good athlete that can do a little bit of everything for a team. Add in the fact that current three man Davion Berry will be graduating after next season, and Anderson would be a huge pickup for the Wildcats. Last week he said he was down to four choices:

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1 comment:

  1. Looks like Juan Anderson changed his mind and is staying at Marquette.