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Josh Anderson

Baton Rouge, LA - 2017

SchoolMadison Prep PositionShooting Guard Height6’5” Weight175 lbs. AAU TeamLousiana Elite HometownBaton Rouge, LA Class2017
National Rank#43State Rank#2
Scouting Report


High-Volume Shooting
Playing Above The Rim
Slashing Ability
Ability To Create Plays


3pt Shooting
Mid-Range Shooting
Off-The-Dribble Shooting
On-Ball Defense
Upper Body Strength

  • Scout’s Notes:

    PrimeTime Nationals (July 24th-28th, 2014): The 6-foot-3 Madison Prep (LA) standout could become the next big star out of their program. He is a gifted athlete with a good feel for the game. Right now, his offensive skills are just beginning to blossom, and when they do, he will be one of the most dangerous prospects in Louisiana.

College Projection:

  • High-Major

Complete Rankings:

  • Player Grade: 96 (4-Star)
  • National Rank: 43
  • Position Rank: 12
  • State Rank: 2

Skills Review:

  • Shooting: Good
  • Dribbling: Good
  • Passing: Average
  • Rebounding: Good
  • Intangibles: Good
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