Houston C.E. King defensive end Everett Anderson showed a lot of promise as a sophomore at a program that is not traditionally known for producing Division I prospects. However, things have been a little slow lately on the recruiting front for the 6-foot-4, 230-pound junior.
"Honestly I haven't been in contact with a lot of schools recently," Anderson said. "I'm just now getting back to football out of basketball so I think that slowed a lot of it down.
"With offseason and spring ball I think it will start to pick up a little bit more though. I'm still getting letters and stuff and I'm looking forward to coaches seeing me this spring."
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Anderson has a couple of trips tentatively planned over the course of the next month.
"I'm going to Dallas for the NIKE Camp on March 25," he said. "I'm probably also going to go to a junior day at SMU. I'm not sure when exactly that is though."
As far as schools he is hoping to hear from a bit more, Anderson says two programs currently stick out.
"I like TCU and Houston," he said. "They're both really good schools and winning programs. I could see myself at either one of those places for sure."
Anderson's teammate, athlete Carlos Smith, has been offered by TCU.