2010-11: Led Bulls, and was 14th in the BIG EAST, in rebounds per game at 6.4 ... Tied for 10th in the league in offensive rebounds (2.4) ... Managed double-digit rebounds in eight games ... Led the team with 28 blocks ... Posted highest field goal percentage among Bulls at .503 (83-165) ... Fifth on the team in scoring at 7.0 points per game ... Started 18 games including 11 BIG EAST contests ... Tied BIG EAST high with 13 points at St. John's (3/5) ... Notched eight points and 10 rebounds at DePaul (2/26) ... Eleven rebounds and six points vs. Notre Dame (2/12) ... At West Virginia (1/23) had 10 boards ... Scored 13 points, hitting 7-of-8 freethrows, and had seven rebounds at Cincinnati (1/12) ... Grabbed 13 rebounds at Cleveland State (12/22) ... Pulled down 12 rebounds and scored eight points against Auburn (12/15) ... Scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds at Kent State ... Back-to-back double-digit rebound nights with 17 vs. Liberty and 13 vs. No. 23 BYU ... Outrebounded Liberty (11/23) by himself 15-12 in the first half and ended the night with 17 boards ... Back-to-back double-digit scoring nights off the bench with 18 points at UCF (11/18) and 16 vs. St. Francis (11/15) ... Was 10-of-11 at the line and grabbed seven boards at UCF ... Led the Bulls with 16 points vs. St. Francis ... Made USF career debut against Southern Miss (11/12) scoring five points and grabbing five rebounds.
2009-10: Sat out the entire season due to NCAA transfer rules ... Will have two years of eligibility at USF.
2008-09 (Kansas State): Competed off the bench in all 34 games ... Averaged 18.8 minutes per contest and added 5.2 points per game ... Was 59-of-113 from the field and led the team with a .522 field goal percentage ... Was 59-of-117 (.504) from the charity stripe ... Third on the team with 5.3 rebounds per game ... Eighth in the conference in offensive rebounds and 19th in total rebounds ... Added 36 assists, 24 steals and 15 blocks on the year... Posted two double-doubles and four games of 10 or more rebounds.
2007-08 (Kansas State): Saw action in 30 games with six starts as a true freshman ... Started six of the first eight games ... Played double-digit minutes in 18 games, including 20 or more minutes in six contests ... Averaged 3.3 points on 54.8 percent shooting (40-of-73) with 3.6 rebounds, 0.5 assists and 0.4 steals in 12.0 minutes per game ... Connected on 46.2 percent (18-of-39) from the free throw line ... First on the team in field goal percentage and was third in rebounding ... Provided a spark off the bench in the program's first NCAA tournament win in 20 years with 10 points on 5-of-7 shooting against USC with eight rebounds and two steals in 21 minutes.
High School: Two-year starter and letterman at The McCallie School in Chattanooga, Tenn ... Helped the Blue Tornadoes to a school-record 24-5 overall mark and an appearance in the semifinals of the Division II State Tournament ... Rated a three-star recruit by Rivals.com ... Averaged 15.1 points, 11.6 rebounds and 2.8 blocks in 22 games ... Selected to the Division II All-State Team by the Tennessee Sports Writers Association as a senior ... Named to the Division II State All-Tournament Team ... Garnered recognition to "The Best of Preps" second team by the Chattanooga Times-Free Press in 2007... Earned most valuable player honors at the Pre-Game Academy Roundball Classic All-Star Game in March 2007, after collecting 24 points and 22 rebounds ... Received interest from a number of schools, including scholarship offers from Drexel and Providence ... Coached by Dan Wadley.
Personal: Born Sept. 12, 1989 in Voorhees, N.J. ... Son of Ron Anderson, Sr., and Gail Anderson ... Weighed 320 lbs prior to his senior year of high school. Dropped to 280 while at K-State by not eating beef or pork for two years, now down to 255 ... Played on the AAU circuit with the DC Assault alongside former K-State teammate and first-round pick Michael Beasley ... Father played 10 seasons (1984-94) in the NBA for the Cleveland Cavaliers, Indiana Pacers, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Nets and Washington Bullets and scored 7,056 points in his career ... Father also played professionally in France and Israel, retiring in 2010.