Monday, July 11, 2016

Most important JSU Tigers: No. 10 Keontre Anderson

JACKSON, Mississippi -- Seven months have passed since Jackson State ended its 2015 season against in-state rival Alcorn State.

The Tigers will kick off the 2016 regular season in less than two months, and will open training camp in about three weeks. Not to mention, SWAC Media Day is this Friday.

In preparation for that, The Clarion-Ledger will count down the 10 most important Tigers in 2016.

This list isn't ranking JSU's best players or most talented, but the importance of the role they'll play this fall.

In 2015: As a sophomore, Anderson was the third defensive end in JSU’s defensive line rotation last season, behind standouts Javancy Jones and Teddrick Terrell.

Anderson started plenty of games, though, and recorded 46 tackles, with 10.5 of those coming for a loss. He finished fourth on the team with four sacks, but led the Tigers with 13 quarterback hurries.


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