ANALYSIS: There is only one thing that Anderson does extremely well at times and that is shoot the ball. In his college career, he averaged over two three-pointers a game, shooting 39-percent on his attempts. Anderson can score in bunches, as he averaged 12.8 points per game in only 22.4 minutes his senior season. Against Morehead State this season, he had the best game of his college career with career-highs in three-pointers made (7) and points (33). Anderson played well at the pre-draft Portsmouth Invitational Tournament, averaging 15.3 points per game over three games and shooting 54 percent from the floor. Connecticut coach Jim Calhoun calls Anderson ""the dagger,"" because of his ability to hit key shots in pressure situations like Connecticut's 2004 championship run. He shot 44 percent from the floor his senior season and 41 percent for his college career. He has a high release on his jumper, which enables him to get his shot off easier than most. Anderson is also a decent free-throw shooter, shooting 77 percent for his college career, but, considering his shooting ability, it should be higher. He dipped to 72 percent from the line last season. Besides shooting, Anderson is a limited player lacking good ball-handling or passing skills. He can score points with his jumper, but he is not effective creating shots for himself off the dribble. Anderson is also not an athletic player, and he lacks foot speed, making him a weak defender. Anderson does little else but score, as his 2.6 rebounds per game and measly 0.8 assists per contest in college attest to. He has a slim chance at best of playing at the next level as a designated shooter off the bench.