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The son of former NFL wideout Willie “Flipper” Anderson, Dres figures to be the Utes’ top playmaker once again after leading the team in receiving in 2013. He will attempt to improve upon his 53 catches for 1002 yards (18.9 avg) and seven touchdowns, all while adjusting a new system under new offensive coordinator Dave Christensen. Anderson has ideal length at 6-foot-1, but could stand to add muscle to his lean frame to better handle physicality, both on the line of scrimmage and at the catch point. His speed and acceleration are his greatest assets, enabling him to separate downfield and make explosive plays after the catch. Anderson’s hands are suspect, but he flashes the ability to extend to catch passes outside his frame, and adjusts well to the ball in the air on deep throws. He displays elusiveness to make defenders miss in space, after which he has more than enough speed to capitalize. If Anderson can put it all together during his senior season, he has the type of playmaking potential to draw the interest of NFL teams next spring. –Jeremy Hyde, 5/15