Bolden has 23 scholarship offers, but has narrowed his choices down to Penn State, Oregon, Louisville, Northwestern and Vanderbilt according to his father, Robert Bolden Sr.
However, Bolden recently visited Penn State and came away very impressed. The Nittany Lions may be poised to add a second top quarterback to their 2010 recruiting class.
I've got about six schools I'm looking at, West Virginia, Michigan, Georgia, North Carolina, Miami and Michigan State," Anderson said. "West Virginia is my favorite. I really like their coaches. I enjoy talking to them. And I like the family environment with the players."
"Most of the schools are recruiting me as a safety," Anderson said. "But Michigan State wants me to play cornerback."