As first reported by Russ Wood of Rivals, former Lakeland High School standout and Iowa State transfer Luke Anderson has committed to USF Men’s Basketball. Anderson will fill the scholarship slot that was left by Mayan Kiir leaving the program.
Iowa State transfer Luke Anderson has committed to USF.— Russ Wood (@RussHoops) December 5, 2019
100% Committed!! 863 813 pic.twitter.com/kBreV8jKav— Luke Anderson (@Lukebuckets11) December 6, 2019
PF Luke Anderson
6’8”, 220 pounds
Lakeland High School, Lakeland FL.
Iowa State University
Recruiting Rankings (for now): Three-Star by Rivals and 247
Other Notable Offers: Florida State, Georgia, Xavier
Primary Recruiter: Scott Wagers
Brian Gregory has dipped his toes in the transfer market yet again, this time pulling a three-star power forward who had only been enrolled at Iowa State for a few short months. Anderson received multiple accolades during his days at Lakeland High School before deciding to take his talents to Ames, Iowa.
Anderson’s announcement to transfer took place on the eve of the 2019-2020 basketball season, where he and fellow freshman Marcedus Leech decided to leave the program. It’s expected that Anderson will become a redshirt freshmen when he enrolls at USF and become a member of the practice squad. He’ll join fellow newcomers Caleb Murphy and Emmanuel Okpomo on the Bulls squad next season.