Worcester Wolves continue to strengthen their back-court with the addition of Brandon Anderson to the roster ahead of the new BBL season.
From Mahwah New Jersey, Anderson joins the Wolves after completing his senior college year at Brown University representing the Brown Bears in the Ivy League of NCAA Division I.
The 6’1″ guard led his team in points, steals and minutes last season while averaging 17.7 points, 3.0 assists, 3.8 rebounds and 1.6 steals per game.
Anderson is a dynamic guard with good vision, he can create opportunities from the perimeter and under the basket and is solid at the defensive end.
“Brandon is another exciting prospect whose profile in the Ivy League over the last four years has gone from strength to strength,” said Wolves Head Coach Matt Newby. “He has the ability to contribute significantly in several areas and has excellent versatility in terms of scoring and creating for others.
“He has all the hallmarks of a guard that will be very successful at this level. Brown University have an excellent reputation and Coach Mike Martin was extremely helpful in the recruitment process.
“I look forward to working with Brandon and helping his transition into the professional domain, where I am certain he will have a high impact.”
Anderson is thrilled to be starting his professional career with the Wolves, adding, “I couldn’t be more excited to join the Wolves for my rookie season. Their winning culture, fast paced style of play and tremendous leadership was everything that I was looking for when making my decision to join the team.
“I can’t wait to get started to help the Wolves continue and improve their success and show the Wolfpack what I can do.”