May 30, 2008

Sleeper lands Pac-10 offer

When first introduced you to defensive end Anthony Anderson (6-4, 220, 4.65) from La Mesa (Calif.) Helix earlier this month it was mentioned that it was just a matter of time before he would get his first offer and thus change his sleeper status to legitimate D-I prospect. Anderson picked up his first offer and it was from a Pac 10 school.

"Anthony is going to blow up," Helix coach Troy Starr said. "His overall upside is amazing.

"Everybody who came by this spring loves him," Starr said. "Oregon was the first school to pull the trigger and offer him. Who knows maybe in the end that will be the deciding factor in Oregon's favor."

Other schools that showed interest this spring were Arizona State, Oregon State, UCLA, Washington, and Washington State.

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