Player: Amare Anderson
Class: 2025
Height: 6’2
AAU: Team Charlotte
School: Greer HS (SC)

The Class of 2025 will be having all eyes their way this summer, and we are here to say that there is a guard down in South Carolina that should be garnering more attention his way.  2025 6’2 Amare Anderson is a player that may go a bit under the radar, but is coming off an incredible high school season and reminded everyone at the Phenom Stay Positive that he is a guard that can produce and impact the game.

Anderson averaged 16.0ppg, 4.0rpg, 1.4apg, and 1.5spg at Greer last year and has been consistent all throughout his high school career so far. And playing with Team Charlotte this past weekend, Anderson continued to show his impact on both offensively and defensively. In Bermuda Run (NC), Anderson was able to flourish in several ways, showcasing just how competitive he can be on the court. His energy and motor are contagious, he is strong in creating and attacking downhill, is a strong defender that creates havoc, and simply knows how to be a team-first type of player that contributes all over.

He can be an electric and energetic presence on the court that you simply can’t teach, and finds ways to produce; all of which are factors that college coaches would love to have.  Anderson clearly proved though that he should be a guard to look at more and take notice this summer.

What Was Said:

“6’2 ‘25 Amare Anderson (Team Charlotte) is an exceptional competitor. Quick, heady guard who can find success with or without the ball in his hands. Rugged defender. Knocks down jumpers and creates well off the bounce.”

“Every single time I watch 6’2 2025 Amare Anderson, he plays with unmatched energy. Nonstop motor. Pressures the ball defensively. Turns defense to offense. Excels getting downhill & finishing at the rim.”

“6’2 2025 Amare Anderson has the ability to score from all 3 levels. Quick, electric guard. Finishes well over size. Has the ability to create & make shots off the bounce. Aggressive on-ball defender.”

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