The Pacific Northwest is about to get a boost by adding a talented quarterback to the recruiting circle.
Anderson has seen a spike in his Pac-12 interest.
Naples (Fla.) quarterback Kilton Anderson will be enrolling at Skyline in Sammamish (Wash.) at the end of this quarter. His father is changing jobs which prompted the move.
"We had our choice of a few different places we could go but this seem like the best fit," Anderson said. "I just got all my finals done so I should be up there by the end of the month. I've been talking to the captains of the team and I'm talking to them about getting ready for 7-on-7 this Spring. We'll have to work on our timing and our chemistry as much as possible."
With the plan to head West, Anderson said he has seen a spike in his Pac-12 interest.
"Cal, ASU and Utah State all recently contacted me. I'm talking to Oregon State and BYU now too. My dad played for Mike Riley back in the day at a smaller school. He's said a lot of great things about him."
"Washington has the top business program around and that would be big for me. I want to study business so that would be a great match for me."
Anderson considers himself a dual-threat quarterback with his 4.56 40-yard dash speed.
"We ran a veer with a split back at Naples. I ran quite a bit but I think I can run a pro-style offense too. Coaches love my energy that I bring to the room and my legs. I've got a pretty strong arm too."