Hawk Item – – Earned Dean’s List recognition, fall, 2018.
2020 Honors – – Academic All-Big Ten for second year . . . 2020 – – Saw action on special teams in all eight games, recording two solo tackles and one assist . . . saw action in 24-20 loss at Purdue, recording one assisted tackle . . . saw action in 21-20 loss to Northwestern, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 49-7 win over Michigan State as defense allowed 59 rushing yards and 286 yards total offense, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 35-7 win at Minnesota, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 41-21 win at Penn State, recording one solo tackle as defense allowed just 62 net rushing yards . . . saw action in 26-20 win over Nebraska, recording one solo tackle . . . saw action in 35-21 win at Illinois, but had no statistics . . . saw action in 28-7 win over #25 Wisconsin, but had no statistics as defense allowed 56 net rushing yards and 225 yards total offense.
2019 Honors – – Academic All-Big Ten . . . 2019 – – Saw first action of career in 30-0 win over Rutgers, but had no statistics as defense allowed just 125 yards total offense . . . did not see action in final 11 games.
2018 – – Did not see any game action.
Junior College – – Earned all-conference honors at Iowa Western . . . ranks seventh at Iowa Western for tackles in a season (80) . . . also recorded one interception and two fumble recoveries . . . junior college coach was Scott Strohmeier.
High school honors – – Earned first-team all-conference honors as a senior . . . Career – – Two-year football letterman . . . prep team reached state semifinals as a junior and quarterfinals as a senior, posting combined 20-5 record . . . led team in tackles as a senior with 65 tackles, including 12 tackles for loss and three sacks . . . also recorded one interception and three forced fumbles . . . also lettered in track.
Personal – – Born 6/15/98 . . . pre-law major . . . academic all-conference as a prep and member of academic Honor Roll at Iowa Western . . . parents are Vicky Lee and Kevin Anderson . . . high school coach was Scott Carlson.