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Top 2024 Recruit Christian Anderson To Make College Decision Monday Night

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Texas Tech has made the final list of options for four-star prospect Christian Anderson. He is also choosing between Florida, Tulane, Fresno State, Stanford or possibly going the professional route in Wurzburg, Rasta Vechta, or Alba Berlin.

Sitting with a ranking of No. 101 in the Class of 2024, Anderson is the top available senior who is not yet committed.

He is set to announce his decision on Monday, May 20, at 6 p.m. EST via 247Sports.


Originally, Anderson committed to the University of Michigan to play under Juwan Howard, but after Howard left Michigan, Anderson decommitted.

The 5-foot-11 guard played high school basketball at Oak Hill Academy in Virginia, which has produced several NBA stars, including Kevin Durant, Rajon Rondo, and Carmelo Anthony.

The Red Raiders have been busy in the transfer portal, securing commits from Elijah Hawkins (Minnesota), Fede Federiko (Pittsburgh), and Kevin Overton (Drake).

Leon Horner, a three-star recruit from Dallas, Texas has also committed to play in Lubbock next season.

Texas Tech finished 23-11 and placed third in the Big 12 last year under First-Year Head Coach Grant McCasland. The squad’s season ended early in the first round of the NCAA Tournament after falling to NC State.

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