“I know doing two sports will keep me busy, but having a routine everyday is important to me and it will help me prioritize the time I have for schoolwork to keep up on grades.”
Last football season, the Toreadors didn’t do as well as they had hoped, but individually, except from his injury, Anderson did well and got all state and all district honors for his position.
When be asked what he is looking most forward to in college, Anderson answered, “I’m looking forward to being a part of a new team with new teammates and new coaches and overall adapting to a new environment.”
Anderson has played football since third grade and tennis since seventh grade. He has always had an interest in football and the fact that his brother started playing tennis influenced him to play as well. When it comes to what influenced him to choose Central College, Anderson said; “As for choosing Central College, my brother goes there and the coaches talked to me after my junior year of football so that definitely helped.”
Anderson will study athletic training and then go on to physical therapy. He hopes to start on the football team freshman year, and hopes to make top ten of one of the squads in tennis.