Seth Anderson Commits to Iowa Football
Iowa Football added a wide receiver to its roster on New Year’s Day, just a day after the 2022 season ended with a win. Seth Anderson, a Charleston Southern transfer, announced his commitment via social networking.
Anderson shared his reasons for choosing the Hawkeyes with HN. “I feel that my impact can be made.”
Iowa addressed a need. It lost receivers Arland Bruce IV, and Keagan Johnson last month to the transfer portal.
Anderson would join veterans Nico Ragaini and Diante Vines, Jacob Bostick and Brody Brecht as well as incoming freshman Alex Mota and Dayton Howard on the Hawkeyes’ 2023 roster. They are also involved in the transfer portal pass catcher Isaac TeSlaa. Who officially visited December.
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Anderson (6-0, 178) Officially visited Iowa Last month, too. He also visited Georgia Tech, Appalachian State, and others.
Anderson, a Charleston Southern freshman, caught 42 passes for 628 yards and seven touchdowns. Anderson was a prep at North Gwinnett High in Suwanee, Georgia, where Tyler Goodson, an ex-Iowa running back, taught him.
Anderson’s father, Willie “Flipper” Anderson was a receiver at UCLA. He also played for 10 years in the NFL, with the Broncos and Colts.
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