Rivals250 CB finishes the season strong

Rivals250 cornerback Terrance Anderson out of Aldine, Texas finished his season last week as his team fell to 4-6. How did the 5-foot-10, 163-pounder feel he did on the season?
"I finished with 1,024 rushing yards and 11 touchdowns. I also threw for 753 yards and 10 touchdowns," he said. "I really have no complaints on the season, but I always think I could have done better than what I did.
"This year I was a lot more patient and a leader on the team. I stepped up big time in those categories and tried my best to keep our team together."
The four-star prospect has an official on December 2nd with favorite Oklahoma State and the Sooners this weekend.
"I like Oklahoma because they've been in a lot of contact with me, although not quite as much as Oklahoma State," he said. "I like Oklahoma because it's a big-time team that has been in national rankings and if you get a scholarship from them they'll definitely be in your top five any day. I'd be crazy if they weren't. I have seen them struggle this year, but I have no doubt they'll pop back up."
As for Anderson's other officials, it's still up in the air between Wisconsin, Iowa State, Nebraska and Texas A&M.
"They have been some of the other schools that have shown the most interest in me," he said. "I like the atmosphere at Texas A&M after going there a bunch of times. I know Wisconsin just lost their coach so that could change some things with them. Finally, Iowa State would probably be my number two because I've been in contact with them a lot too."