Former DeLaSalle wing Sacar Anim preparing for pro future

Former DeLaSalle high school guard/forward Sacar Anim is ready for the pros. He played 5-years for Marquette, red-shirting after his freshman year.

Our Darren ‘Doogie’ Wolfson caught up with Anim recently and they talked about his run at Marquette, how red-shirting helped, whether the future holds playing professionally state-side or overseas, and more.

***Click the video box on this page to watch our chat with Anim, and to see him in action***

Anim averaged 13.1 points per game last season for the Golden Eagles, and was a rock-solid defender. He was one of two players to start all 30 games (finished career playing in 99-straight outings).

Among Anim’s season highlights was leading Marquette with 21 points against then-No. 5 Maryland (Dec. 1) in the Orlando Invitational championship game. He also led them to an overtime win at Xavier with career-high 28 points (Jan. 29). He later scored 24 points against St. John’s (Mar. 7) in the regular season finale.

Anim was schooled well in high school, playing for coach Dave Thorson at DeLaSalle. Thorson is currently an assistant at Colorado State.