BIOGRAPHY: Anderson is skilled nearly across the board, but his efficiency may be what sets him apart from similar players in this year?GVs draft class. He was one of only six players in Division I to shoot at least 49.0 percent from the field, 40.0 percent from 3-point range and 80.0 percent from the free-throw line in 2007-08 (with at least 100 attempts in each category). While those percentages may endear Anderson to the growing number of NBA teams placing a premium on analytics, his per-game averages won?GVt hurt his cause either. He was an All-Pac-10 selection as a sophomore last season, leading the conference in scoring at 21.1 points per game and ranking third in rebounding at 9.9. His 1,236 points are the most by any Cal player after his sophomore year and the 16th most in school history. Though he?GVs only 20, Anderson already has passable NBA size and uses it well. Along with his accuracy from outside, his strong post moves make him one of the most versatile offensive threats in the draft. However, there are questions about his strength and athleticism. Deficiencies in those areas could make him a defensive liability at the professional level and affect his draft position. He?GVs currently projected to get selected late in the first round, though it wouldn't be a stretch to see him available at the top of the second.