Palo Alto (Calif.) two-way lineman Jack Anderson (6-5, 265), has kept himself busy this spring and the summer will be similar.
“I visited a bunch of schools over spring break,” said Anderson. “I went out to Yale, Princeton, Brown, Dartmouth, Columbia and Georgetown.”
Columbia offered Anderson in May and he’s also talking with Cal and Stanford.
“My brother plays at Stanford (Kevin) and they’re a definite possibility for me,” said Anderson. “I’m going to camp with them this summer and we’ll see where I stand.”
Anderson is also planning to camp at several Ivy League schools.
“I really like the Ivies and I absolutely have interest in Columbia,” said Anderson. “Really, a lot depends on the summer and all the camps and what I do and if I get any more offers.”
Anderson said that he’d prefer the defensive line, but the Ivy League schools like him on offense.
“Most of the Ivies think I’m an offensive lineman,” said Anderson. “I was at defensive tackle all last year, and I’m switching to defensive end this year. But I’m comfortable playing on the offensive line.”
Academically, Anderson has a 3.75 and scored a 2130 on the SAT, including an 800 on the math portion.