Anderson likes Neyland lights

Anthony Anderson hates playing football in front of small crowds. It's a good thing, because the Austin-East senior and Tennessee commitment will have nearly 105,000 fans cheering him on when he takes the field at Neyland Stadium next fall.

"No, sir, I won't be nervous at all. I enjoy playing in front of big crowds," the 6-foot-2, 180-pound receiver said.

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