Posted On: 11/8/17 12:03 PM
Already with NAIA offer in tow, Idaho’s 30th-ranked 2018 Dylan Anderson is a guy who could have recruitment options come spring.
The 5-foot-10 Highland point guard is being courted by a slew NAIA and JuCo programs. And has visited two schools to date.
“I’ve talked to a bunch of schools, and they really want to see me do something my senior year and that will really determine everything.”
The floor general has visited Presentation and Southwestern Oregon and mentioned some recruitment goals he has for the next six months.
“I really see myself playing at a Division II or NAIA school, and that’s really what I’m striving for so I can further my academic and my athletic career.”
Whatever program lands the talented 2018, will get a self-described floor-general with a desire to improve.
“I feel like I’m a natural leader and a floor general. I don’t score a whole bunch, I’m not as effective that way, but last year I averaged about 10 points a game and six assists,” said Anderson.
Now, with the arrival of his senior season, he’ll again be a floor general, but with some added production.
“I really need to step into a more aggressive role this season. I’m really looking to score and create more, because we lost a couple seniors from last year,” said Anderson.
“We have some good guys on our team, we’re going to be really good this year. And I just need to focus on stepping more into a main role.”