During the summer, Juan Anderson emerged as one of the top wing prospects in the country while playing for the Oakland Rebels. As of Wednesday, he's off the board after confirming that he'll play for Buzz Williams and his staff at Marquette.
Anderson, a 6-foot-6 small forward at Castro Valley (Calif.) High has all the tools that you look for in a wing player. He scores off the bounce, makes jumpers and rebounds the ball at a high level.
He's also a playmaker for others, has above average athleticism and looks to be a guy with lots of upside.
According to Anderson, it was a combination of many factors that allowed him to pick Marquette over Arizona State, Cal and Oregon.
"Academics, great coaches and a great team," Anderson told Rivals.com of why he picked Marquette. "There's not much more you could ask for."
Ranked #69 nationall in the 2011 Rivals150, Anderson is a four-star prospect and Marquette's first commitment.