Anderson played sparingly as a freshman defensive end in 2003 and then shifted over to fullback for the rest of his career. A lead blocker that didnít get many touches, Anderson rushed for 74 yards and one TD on 13 carries in his career, and added 215 receiving yards on 34 receptions.
Anderson may be the best lead blocker in the draft. He has great size, is very strong, and can really create holes in the running game. He has the ability to pick up a defender and drive him out of the play. He has decent speed once he gets moving forward, and could be a solid short yardage option.
Anderson really does not bring much to the table as a receiver or runner. Heís not going to make any plays and should not be counted on to make plays with the ball in his hands.
While Anderson is very good as a lead blocker, his lack of upside as a runner or receiver may limit his chances on draft day. He could still be drafted late for a team really looking to land a blocker, but whether he is drafted or not, his blocking ability could find him a roster spot.