Texas TE patterns game after Shockey

When former The Woodlands coach Weldon Willig said he has a budding star in tight end Kyle Anderson, little did anybody know that this budding star would have four impressive scholarship offers on the table before the spring evaluation process arrived.
But that’s the case for the 6-foot-6, 260-pound Anderson.
“I have offers from Wisconsin, Texas A&M, Arizona and UCLA,” Anderson, who earned first-team all-district honors as a junior after catching 20 passes for 260 yards and seven touchdowns, said.
“My top teams are Texas, Oklahoma, LSU, Miami, Wisconsin and UCLA. I’m going to camp at Miami, Texas A&M and the Nike Training Camp.”
Anderson said he patterns his game after New York Giants star tight end Jeremy Shockey.
“I’m hard-hitting and like to play fast pace, smash-mouth football,” he said. “I can play in all climates and on any field in any state.”
When it comes time to make a decision, Anderson will look at a school’s engineering school, the football team, the coaches and location. Anderson’s parents attended school at Auburn and UAB.