So what if Zeke is a rookie? And they didn't draft him #4 overall, given that he's a prototype 3-down back, to have him in a timeshare with Morris or McFadden. Behind that line, coupled with his skills as a runner, receiver, and pass blocker, there's no way he should fall past the first round.
Improved slasher adds to his versatility on offense
Smooth finisher especially in transition
Good court vision in finding open teammates when attacking the basket
Effective posting up smaller defenders
Free throw shooting
Ideal size for an NBA two-guard
Lateral quickness on defense
Still tends to dribble too much
Needs to become a better creator off the bounce
Can't go right (favors his left hand when driving to the basket)
Summary: In a lot of ways, Anderson has the prototypical game for the next level. He has good size, strength and ability to score in a variety of ways. I think he can fit in right away and be a valuable scoring option off the bench for whichever team drafts him. He will likely be a top-20 pick and could work his way into the lottery depending on which shooting guards declare for the draft.
Player Comparison: Brandon Rush. Rush was a great scorer in college but relies too much on his perimeter game. Anderson is in a similar mode. The Cowboy junior might be a little more dangerous off the bounce, but like Rush, can stroke it from deep. I see Anderson being a borderline starter like Rush has been early in his career with the Pacers.