Rated as a four-star prospect by 247Sports and a three-star talent by Rivals and ESPN … 247Sports ranks him as the No. 26 player coming out of Texas, the No. 29 wide receiver nationally and the No. 217 player in the entire 2019 recruiting class.
High School: Played for coach Lee Wiginton at Midlothian Heritage HS … Hauled in 63 passes for 1,120 receiving yards and 18 touchdowns as a senior … Starred against Ford, catching six passes for a career-high 215 yards and three receiving touchdowns his senior year … Recorded at least 75 receiving yards in nine of his 13 games as a senior, crossing the 100-yard mark on three occasions … Scored multiple receiving touchdowns five times in 2018 … Caught four passes for 112 yards and two scores in a 49-9 victory over Navasota … Also tallied 156 rushing yards and 135 yards as a kick returner to average 117.6 all-purpose yards per game, which was the second-best mark among Heritage players in 2018 … Contributed on defense as well for the Jaguars, recording 12 tackles and two quarterback sacks during his final high school campaign … Led Heritage to an 11-2 record and helped the Jaguars reach the round of 16 in the Texas UIL 4A D1 state playoffs as a senior … Caught 51 passes for 765 yards and nine touchdowns as a junior … Tallied at least 75 yards receiving six times as a junior, which included two 100-yard games against Sanger and Alvarado, respectively … Anchored Heritage to 34 victories during his final three seasons at Heritage … Totaled 127 receptions for 2,141 yards and 27 touchdowns during his two seasons at Heritage after moving to the Lone Star State from Mississippi … Chose Oklahoma State over Arizona State, Auburn, Baylor, Houston, Ole Miss, TCU, Texas, Texas Tech and a host of other programs.
Personal: Born Feb. 15, 2000 ... Son of Curtis and Tarsha Anderson … Plans to study Agribusiness.