"I really enjoyed my time [at Marquette] and learned a lot that will be beneficial to my life after basketball. My family is very important to me and moving closer to them is something I need to do at this time."
Anderson is from California.
So he was set to transfer back west.
But he's not going to do that now, Marquette announced Monday.
And so we've just about reached the point where it's wise to wait till October to start analyzing rosters, because all the coming and going seems ridiculous, and that more and more players are graduating in three years and essentially becoming free agents -- Tarik Black is but one example -- has made things more ridiculous than ever. These days, you can't trust that anybody will stay put. And now you also can't trust that the people who say they're transferring will actually transfer, point being that everything is crazy, and this is the type of stuff that keeps college basketball writers busy in late May.