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(2015) PG Juwan Anderson to Nevada

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Committed 5/4/15.
No offer. New name on the radar. Originally from Oakland, CA. Looks like he reclassed from '14. Couldn't find in the Scout database yet.
Suffield, CT (Suffield Academy)
Ht: 6-0 | Wt: 155
AAU: Las Vegas Knicks/Oakland Rebels

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I'm generally trusting and optimistic (surprise!!) about our recruiting. But, this one has me scratching my head. ESPN has him at 5'11", 155 lbs. Are we recruiting him to have a death match with Zander Diamont?

If nothing else he may help Yogi's NBA prospects. Even he'll look tall standing next to someone listed at 5'11

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2015 Suffield Academy (CT) point guard Juwan Anderson is one of the more interesting unsigned point guards remaining on board. A California native, he did a great job of utilizing the pick and roll to his advantage, whether it would be using it to dish to open teammates or creating a scoring opportunity for himself. As he has to extend his shot range more, and finish consistently around the rim, Anderson can run a team and meets all the criteria that a floor general must do. That being said, he will be faced with the tough decision of what level he wants to play at if and when the offers come in. He currently holds scholarships from Pacific, Portland, Florida A&M, Northern Arizona and Cal State Fullerton, but has yet to use any official visits. As he has been on the St. Mary's and Pacific campus before, he visited Cal State Fullerton last week, and hopes to take an official trip there in early March. However, he has a lot of interest from Indiana, Creighton, Tennessee, Maryland, Fairfield and St. Mary's. Hoosiers assistant coach Tim Buckley has been in the gym multiple times to check him out as a possible replacement for Yogi Ferrell, and head coach Tom Crean came to see him play on Sunday afternoon, along with others.

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