JoJo Anderson Added to the Pack

JoJo Anderson Added to the Pack

University of Nevada Men's Basketball is proud to announce the addition of JoJo Anderson to the 2018-19 Wolf Pack roster. The Houston, Texas native comes to University of Nevada by way of Northern Arizona University where he played his freshman and sophomore seasons. 

As a sophomore, Anderson was the second leading scorer for the NAU Lumberjacks with an average of 11.1 points per game. He was also second on the team in assists with 2.2 per game. 

"Adding JoJo Anderson to our team as a walk-on is an absolute steal," Nevada head coach Eric Musselman stated. "He is a big time player that will have a whole year to work in our system and continue to improve his game. We are excited about this addition and what JoJo adds to the future of our program."

Due to NCAA transfer rules, JoJo Anderson will sit out this season and will be eligible to compete in the 2019-2020 season. 

The Anderson File:
Northern Arizona University
11.1ppg; 1.8rpg; 2.2 apg; 35% FG; 33% 3FG; 81% FT

Northern Arizona University
7.4ppg; 3.2rpg; 2.5 apg; 41% FG; 32% 3FG; 70% FT

Prior to NAU:
-Played post grad season at 22ft Academy under coach Ryan Schmidt
-Prior to 22ft Academy, was a four-year letterman and three-year starter at Jack Yates High School in Houston
-McDonald’s All-American Game nominee…Earned all-district and all-state honors…Helped his team to back-to-back state championships

Born Joseph “JoJo” Anderson on May 7, 1996…Son of Darrel and Felesha Anderson…Father, Darrel, played basketball overseas for eight years…Has two sisters, Devyn and Rachel…Was a member of the national honor society…Enjoys playing video games.