"When I'm not guarding them, I'm looking at them and paying close attention to see how they work within the system," Anderson said. "And them defending me is helping me out on my offense. It's a great way to come in as a rookie."
Anderson said he misses OSU but added he knew it was time to move on.
"I'm always going to be a Cowboy," he said.
When asked what's been the best part of the ride so far, Anderson started by looking to his left, then to his right.
"Just being able to be a part of this organization," Anderson said. "It's a privilege."