Dres Anderson vs Stanford (2013)
Posted by Josh Deceuster on Jan 04, 2014
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Anderson plays with average quickness as he struggles to get off the line against the bump. He does however, display good acceleration from a static start. He has the speed to create separation from defensive backs running the up route. Anderson displayed the ability to run under the deep ball. He can not be viewed as a precise route runner(robotic). He was limited to a small variety of routes at Utah. He needs to concentrate more on over the middle throws in traffic. Does a good job of tracking the deep ball. Anderson needs work on becoming a better hands catcher as he will let balls into his body. He looks on tape to be a very conditioned athlete. His blocking leaves more to be desired. He will get into position on the defender but doesn’t sustain the block. Won’t out muscle defenders at the point of attack. At this point in his career Anderson is a deep threat who can threaten defenses vertically. He’s going to have to refine his skills at the next level to be a more well rounded receiver. Anderson does have ability as a return man on the kick off return team.
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