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California JUCO tackle on upcoming visit to Arkansas

Mission Viejo, California, Saddleback College three-tar junior college offensive tackle Tim Anderson previews his official visit to Arkansas.

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Mission Viejo, California, Saddleback College three-tar junior college offensive tackle Tim Anderson previews his official visit to Arkansas.
“Really looking forward to getting out there for the official visit,” Anderson said. “I Can’t wait to see the atmosphere of the program and see what the SEC is all about in person. Very very excited for this weekend.”
Anderson recapped his offer to Arkansas and what it means.
“Very excited and bless to have been offered by Arkansas!” Anderson said. “I know they are in a rebuilding stage right now, but I’m 100 percent confident in the coaches they have brought in and who have been recruiting me.”
Anderson talked about his relationship with the Arkansas coaching staff.
“I have a very good relationship with the coaches,” Anderson said. “I have talked a lot with coach (Dustin) Fry and have facetimed numerous times with coach Morris. I love the attitude and coaching style they bring to the game.”
Anderson spoke highly of Arkansas offensive line coach Dustin Fry.
“As on the offensive line part with coach Fry I think he’s a great coach,” Anderson said. “Really straightforward and easy guy to talk to. Looking forward to chatting with him more this weekend.”
Anderson elaborated on his strengths as a football player.
“I think my strengths would be that I’m pretty quick on my feet,” Anderson said. “Always have been really good with footwork and agility. Pass protection is definitely my strong suit.”
Anderson listed his top teams at the moment.
“Top teams right now are Arkansas, Louisville and Fresno State,” Anderson said. “I have been getting a lot of interest from some other big time schools recently.”
Anderson was asked what he thinks about Morris.
“I think coach Morris is just what Arkansas needed,” Anderson said. “I know he did a great job at SMU and I love the passion he brings to the game. Know this year has started off a little slow but if anyone can turn it around it would be coach Morris. Definitely think him and the rest of the coaching staff will be a major part of Arkansas success in the coming years.”
Anderson has offers from Arkansas, Louisville, Arkansas State, Colorado State, and Fresno State.
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