As a Recruit
Bryce Anderson wore a lot of different hats growing up – including a cowboy hat. Along with all the accolades in football, Anderson is a cowboy and lists rodeo and riding horses as his hobby. His mother, Carol Anderson, also rides horses when she’s not teaching. His father is Jay Anderson. Anderson won Junior Olympic gold medals in the 100 and 200 meters when he was 10 years old. He was timed at 10.48 seconds in the 100 as junior in high school. Anderson received scholarship offers in football before he entered the ninth grade. He plans on majoring in management information systems in college.
Reminds Us Of
HS Class of 2007
2010Draft: Rnd2 /Pick6
Bryce Anderson is more highly-touted than T.J. Ward as a high school prospect, but we see some similarities in the size and frame at 5-foot-10.5 along with the instincts for the position. Ward tested well as a pro prospect, but Anderson is a stronger athlete at the same stage.