Played in 29 games and started four (UNC-Wilmington, at Bowling Green, at Akron, at Buffalo)...sparked the Herd with high-energy play off the bench for most of the season...averaged 6.0 points and 3.4 rebounds per contest...scored a season-high 14 points in Marshall's 74-60 win over Ohio on January 24th to go along with two second-half steals...had a season-high eight rebounds against UMass on December 20th to go along with 11 points...led the team in field goal percentage at a 54.7% clip (70-128)...tallied double-digits points in five games in 2003-04...one of seven Marshall players to score six points or more...averaged 13.2 minutes per game, including a season high 22 minutes at Bowling Green.
Played in 27 games and started seven, including the last six of the season...provided Herd fans with excitement all season with his athletic ability and thunderous dunks...averaged 9.1 points and 4.6 rebounds per game...scored in double-digits in 13 games, including a career-high 20-point effort at Akron on March 5th, when he was 9-for-9 from the floor...notched his only double-double of the year in the Herd's first-round MAC Tournament game against Eastern Michigan (11 points, 13 rebounds)...tallied 19 points in his second game in the Green and White against Kentucky State; was also seven-for-nine from the charity stripe in that game...second on the team in rebounds per game.
Prior to Marshall
Played at Oklahoma State before transfering to Marshall ... sat out the 2001-02 season due to NCAA transfer rules ... played in 18 games for the Cowboys, seeing limited action, and averaged 0.9 points, 1.0 rebounds, and 5.6 minutes per game ... moved to the United States in the summer of 1998 from Puerto Rico and played two years at Hargrave Academy, averaging 18.9 points per game in 1998-99 ... In 1999 he was co-winner of the slam dunk award at the NBA Players Association Camp in Princeton, N.J. ... played with the Puerto Rican National Team in the Summer of 2000 ... earned McDonald's All-America honors.
Son of Diogenes Anderson, Doris Anderson and Elaine Jones ... born on July 18, 1981 ... undecided on major.