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This fall, Charles Anderson was one of York County's few football players not name Kyle Baublitz to draw attention from Division I schools. The Central York running back threw up stratospheric numbers, leading the YAIAA in rushing yards with 1,863 yards.

But with National Signing Day upon us, Central coach Brad Livingston said he doesn't believe Anderson is close yet to deciding his college future.

"We had a discussion yesterday after school," Livingston said. "I think he's still trying to decide 'I have these options, do I want to go with one of those options, or do I want to think about walking on somewhere bigger?' He's still at a stage where he's gathering information."

Anderson originally had an offer from Akron, but the program's subsequent coaching change hit the reset on its recruiting efforts.

"At this point in time, I'm not sure Akron is even on the radar," Livingston said.

The good news? It appears Anderson has options. In the past, he's been linked to several FCS (formerly Division I-AA) schools, including Cornell, Old Dominion, Towson and Richmond.

Anderson certainly has the skills and the makeup to play college football. Now we'll just have to wait to find out where. The national signing period runs through April 1.

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