Anderson closer to a decision

Chesapeake (Va.) Oscar Smith linebacker Kanyia Anderson is inching closer to a decision. In fact, the 6-foot-2, 215-pounder believes it could be as soon as a matter of few weeks before a decision comes.
"I'm thinking about it," he said. "I may decide soon. I actually may make it before the first game of the season."
That first game is on August 25th against Byrnes (S.C.).
Anderson hasn't visited anywhere recently, but claims to be focused on two schools at this time.
"I don't have any new offers," he said. "I have the same six; California, Furman, Cornell, Richmond, Old Dominion and James Madison.
"Right now, my top two are Old Dominion and California of course."
Why those two?
"I like Old Dominion," he said. "They made the big move to Conference USA and we stay in contact a lot. They have a good coaching staff and they really love me. That is a big part of recruiting, the coaching
staff and being in contact. We have a good relationship.
"As for California, that's a dream school," he said. "I can't throw them out the window and not consider them. It's a dream."
Anderson has mentioned a desire to take official visits, but is still up in the air on that fact.
Regarding the season, Anderson is looking ahead.
"I'm working hard getting ready for this year," he said. "I don't really have much to prove. I just want to win another statechampionship and do my part on the team to help make a repeat."