Anderson Strives For Gold This Offseason

Videography By: Spencer Henderson

Produced By: Spencer Henderson

High school basketball player Landus Anderson is rising in the ranks as one of the top players in the state of Florida despite a birth injury that left him with the use of only one arm. Local high school basketball coaches say Landus Anderson is one of the most difficult players to guard. The junior swingman is averaging 19 points and 10 rebounds per game, and scored 71 points in three games against Tallahassee Lincoln HS, a 7A school within the highly competitive Big Bend Area. Anderson averaged 21.5 points and eight assists a game to lead Head Coach Curtis Miller’s AAU team to the Final Four of the Team Nike AAU tournament last summer in Orlando.

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