NMSU Football BIO
10 Marcus Anderson

2008 (Junior): Anderson played in all 12 games for the Aggies in 2008 at the wide receiver position. On the season, he tallied 50 catches for 617 yards and nine touchdowns. His nine touchdowns tied him for first on the team. His best game of the season came against New Mexico (9/17), where he caught four passes for 121 yards and two touchdowns. At UTEP (9/20), Anderson grabbed five passes for 70 yards and season-high three touchdown receptions. His nine receptions at Idaho (10/25) was a season-high. Anderson recorded six games with at least four receptions. Against Hawai’i (11/8), Anderson tallied seven receptions for 91 yards and a touchdown, followed by a seven-reception performance against Louisiana Tech (11/22).


Pasadena City College: Anderson played two seasons at PCC where he was a 2007 all-state wide receiver/returner and a 2006 second team All-Mission Conference selection. He caught 84 balls for 846 yards and nine touchdowns in two seasons as a receiver for Lancers. Anderson was excellent returning punts and kick-offs, as he averaged 14.5 yards per punt return with one touchdown and 29.2 yards per kick-off return with two touchdowns. He rushed the ball 10 times in two seasons with the Lancers for 59 yards and two touchdowns. In Anderson’s final season at PCC, he caught 40 passes for 480 yards and six touchdowns, all good for second on the team. He was named a second team all-American selection in 2007. In his freshman year, Anderson had 44 receptions for 366 yards (8.3 yards per catch) with three touchdowns. He had a career long kick-off return of 88 yards in 2007, a long punt return of 77 yards and his longest reception went for 86 yards, also in 2007.


High School: Anderson earned first team all-district and first team all-League both his junior and senior seasons. He led the team in all-purpose yardage and receiving in both years.


Personal: Anderson is the son of Charlotte Anderson. He plans to major in finance.


Position: Wide Receiver
Height: 5'8"
Weight: 168
Year: Senior
City/State: Austin, Texas
High School: Pasadena City College
Experience: Transfer

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