Prior to transferring to Rutgers, Anderson played two seasons at DIII Olivet. While at Olivet he played both football and basketball. In his two seasons as a football player he averaged 44.4 yards per punt with 30% of his punts landing his opponents inside their own 20. If you don't consider punters to be football players, no worries, Anderson also played some wide receiver at Olivet. As a receiver he had 13 receptions (6.4 yards average with 1 touchdown).
Before transferring to New Mexico, Corey played two seasons at Cerritos College. According to Corey, he got into punting as a way to avoid running during high school soccer practice. The 6'0" 217 pound punter is right handed and an ordained minister.
- Competion, yes that's definitely one possibility.
- Replacement possibilities if Allen gets injured.
- Building familiarity with Gostkowski (goes hand in hand with injury possibility)
- Lots of live punting to returners during practice. Variety of ball flights to deal with.