Annoor is a junior cornerback at Brentwood Academy just outside of Nashville, Tenn.
"It's a really big goal for me, and I think I can make an impact somewhere," said Annoor, who grew up a fan of Michigan and idolizing Braylon Edwards. "It's always been a goal for me."
It's his football IQ and versatility that make Annoor a college prospect.
Roving in the Brentwood Academy secondary, he got ample experience playing man coverage as well as Cover 2 and Cover 4 zone.
Of the trips he's made thus far, Annoor says the Blue Devils and Volunteers left an impression.
"UT, I really like how they come together as a family," he said. "I just love the environment and everything. I've gotten really close with (Tennessee defensive backs) coach (Willie) Martinez. He's a really good guy.
"Duke, too. They're really good with the family aspect and education-wise, that's a great school as well."
Coach Derek Mason is still unpacking boxes at Vanderbilt but the Commodores are also a school of interest.
"Actually, I haven't really gotten together with the new coaching staff," the 5-foot-9, 170-pounder said.
Western Kentucky raised his eyebrows.
"I went there and really like that place," he said. "I talked to (Hilltoppers wide receivers) coach (JaMarcus) Shepard. He got me down there, and I talked to all the defensive coaches. They're really cool. Got to meet them. I like them a lot. It was really a nice experience."
The thinking is that Western Kentucky could be on the verge of placing a scholarship offer on the table. Duke may join the mix also.
Coach David Cutcliffe led the Blue Devils into the Atlantic Coast Conference championship last December. Joining a program on the rise is attractive to the Music City resident.
"When I visited them, I saw the players and how they really enjoy playing for him (Cutcliffe). I really think that I can be one of those guys."
Midway through his sophomore season, Annoor was hit in the back and tore his ACL, LCL and PCL. He says he is back to 100-percent and wore a knee brace last fall merely as a precaution.
"I'm out of it now. After the season I threw it away. I don't know where it's at," Annoor said.
"It was kind of restricting, but I learned to play with it and move with it."
"With those guys, they really push me," Annoor said. "We all compete. People like that of a high caliber, we just want to compete and get better every day. That's what pushes us all the time. It's a real pleasure to work with those types of guys."
The Atlanta-born prospect logged time at quarterback and running back earlier in his prep career and figures to line up at wide receiver his senior season — on top of his duties on defense.
Up next is a chance to get a measuring stick with the NIKE SPARQ Combine in Atlanta this weekend. Same for the latter part of the month as Annoor plans to also be at the NIKE Football Training Camp in Birmingham, Ala., on March 30.
"I have a lot to prove, and I think that's a day I should be able to prove it," he said.
To get an idea of what the Eagles defensive back brings to the table, watch Annoor's junior season highlights.