Skyhawk Men's Basketball | Jake Anderson - Video Coordinator
Jake Anderson is in his first season on the Skyhawk staff as the team's video coordinator in 2017-18.
Anderson joins the Skyhawks after serving as the head student manager and assistant to the video coordinator for head coach Bruce Weber at Kansas State University. His primary roles with the Skyhawks include coordinating team video, graphic design, study table monitoring, assisting with scouts and coordinating film exchange.
An Overland Park, Kan. native, Anderson aided in the development of 15 professional basketball players at Kansas State, including Rodney McGruder (Miami Heat) and Wesley Iwundu (Orlando Magic). He worked in player development, helped with on-campus recruiting visits and coordinated team logistics on the road. The Wildcats posted 100 victories and made three NCAA Tournament appearances in Anderson’s five-year tenure as student manager, including the 2012-13 season where Kansas State won 27 games en route to its first-ever Big 12 Conference regular season championship.
Anderson assisted the Wildcat coaching staff in the creation of scouting reports and worked closely with video coordinator Dustin Yoder to create opponent personnel video edits. Anderson was also responsible for editing practice and game film for scouting purposes.
Anderson graduated with a bachelor’s degree in family studies and human services from Kansas State in 2017 and is currently pursuing a Master’s degree in family and consumer sciences from UT Martin.