On the day, Anderson rushed for 43 yards on seven carries but did damage in the passing game with two receptions for 87 yards including a 75 yard touchdown. The long touchdown was a wide open reception down the left sideline and Anderson barely outran two quickly-closing defenders to get inside the pylon. The reception showcased Anderson's most significant concern, long speed, but his seven rushes for 43 yards (6.1 ypc.) was on par with his TCU career production showing some inside-running ability. Anderson is ranked as DLF's RB19 on our rookie running back rankings and is likely a day-three prospect during the NFL Draft.