Furman: (kah-Dare-on)...projected starter at middle linebacker, where he will take over for graduated All-Southern Conference performer Brandon Williams...represents the face of change in Furman's defensive philosophy -- that of utilizing quicker linebackers in the 4-2-5 scheme initiated last season. 2008 -- Registered playing time in all 12 games as a member of special teams and backup linebacker...totaled 18 tackles and two sacks...sacks came against Virginia Tech and Chattanooga (35-10 win)...tallied a season high four tackles against Appalachian State. 2007 -- Awarded redshirt and extra year of eligibility.
High School: 2007 graduate of Emerald (2A) High School...football coach was Mike Clowney...saw action at six positions, including free safety, wide receiver, wingback, quarterback, as well as punt and kickoff returns...registered 342 tackles, 12 interceptions, eight forced fumbles, and four fumble recoveries in his career...three-time All-Lakeland and all-region selection and two-time coaches all-state honoree...collected 73 tackles and an interception in 2006 on a team that finished 3-7 following the graduation of 23 seniors...notched 128 tackles his junior year in helping his squad to an 11-3 record, region championship, and Upper State runner-up finish...tallied 21 stops, two forced fumbles, and an interception in a 28-21 win over Newberry in the Upper State semifinals...averaged 17.0 points and 9.2 rebounds in basketball as a senior.
Personal: Full name is Kadarron Daloma Anderson...son of Sheila Anderson and Leroy Golden...born June 6, 1989, in Rock Hill, South Carolina...lived in the Connie Maxwell Children's Home from the age of eight until coming to Furman...has a brother, Demarco, and sisters Narkeisha, Sabrina, and Christa...brother Demarco played football at Pikeville College...cousin Jonathan Joseph plays for the Cincinnati Bengals...another cousin, Arkee Whitlock, was a standout tailback for Southern Illinois University...business administration major.