Varsity Preps

Anderson Sees Perfect Fit With Jaguars

The South Alabama coaching staff hosted 2014 Skyline HS (WA) QB Kilton Anderson last week during an unofficial visit and now it looks like the Northwest QB will be making Mobile, AL his future home.

Anderson (6’2 200 lbs) gave his commitment to the Jaguars after being able to explore the USA football facilities and taking in everything their campus had to offer.

“I loved my visit to South Alabama and I immediately figured out I was at my future college home,” said Anderson. “After seeing everything on campus and talking to the coaching staff I decided I wanted to make my commitment and devote myself to becoming a Jaguar.”

South Alabama is continuing to make strides as a new member of the Sun Belt Conference and adding a player the caliber of Anderson is certainly a move in the right direction.

If knowledge, accuracy and leadership are qualities you are looking for in a QB then Anderson is your man.

He is cerebral signal caller that knows how to run an offense and be the type of leader a teammate looks to for guidance. Anderson is a smooth passer that can place ball on target and give his receiver a chance to make a play on the ball.

Offensively, South Alabama has a style that entices Anderson and a key reason along with others is why the Skyline HS QB choose to take his to the state of Alabama.

“I really believe in the coaching staff they have down there and I think my offensive talents fits their schemes really well,”  he said. “I like to throw the ball but I am also athletic enough to make plays with my legs and I think my skill set fits what they are looking for in a quarterback.”

“I think they have recruited well thus far and targeted prospects that can make a difference in their program. I really believe I can come in and compete for playing time and help put the South Alabama brand on the map.”

One key thing Anderson was looking for was the possibility at early playing time and he thinks he will get that shot down in Mobile.

“South Alabama is a program on the rise and I think there is a real good chance that if I learn the playbook well and compete tough that I could have a shot at playing quarterback as a freshmen. My goal is to come into camp from day 1 and earn that starting gig. I am confident in my abilities and I know I will give everything I have to be the starting QB at the University of South Alabama.”

Anderson is a strong armed passer that has great knowledge of the QB position. He is an excellent pickup for the Jags and could easily become the face of the South Alabama program somewhere down the line.

Offers: South Alabama (Committed) and Penn.  Schools Interested: Arizona, Ariz. St, Arkansas, Boise. St, BYU, California, Colorado, Fla International, Fla Atlantic, Marshall, Utah. St and Wash. St


Written by: Chris Smith/





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