6-foot-9 Fresno State graduate transfer Braeden Anderson visited Seton Hall on Thursday.
Kansas State decommit Eric Cobb wasn’t the only forward that could be potentially added to next season’s roster on Seton Hall’s campus earlier today.
Braeden Anderson, whose interest in visiting Seton Hall was reported last week, was on the Hall’s South Orange, New Jersey campus today, per a source.
Anderson, who is pursuing law school and would have two years of eligibility starting in 2015-16, also plans to visit Bobby Hurley and Arizona State. Anderson told North Pole Hoops last week that the Sun Devils are a “big time contender.”
With just one scholarship to use for next season’s roster, the coaching staff is clearly courting two forwards with the hope to land one of them. In my view, Cobb would probably be a more beneficial commitment down the road, while Anderson likely brings more to the table next season.
A commitment from either would add another body to the growing front court of redshirt freshman Mike Nzei, Ismael Sanogo, Chier Ajou, Rashed Anthony, incoming freshman Myles Carter and of course reigning Big East Rookie of the Year Angel Delgado.