Aaron Anderson, from Edmond, Oklahoma, had a distinguished high school basketball career at Edmond Santa Fe, where he was named All-District and an All-City pick during his senior year. Leading the Wolves to the Class 6A State Tournament, Anderson’s talent was evident early on.

Collegiate- Fresno State

He began his collegiate career at Fresno State under coach Rodney Terry during the 2012-13 season, where he started 12 of the 27 games he played as a true freshman and earned a spot on the 2012-13 Academic All-Mountain West Team. Following the birth of his son, Anderson transferred to the University of Central Oklahoma. At UCO, he started all 30 games, averaging 14.2 points and 4.6 rebounds per game, earning All-Conference honors during his successful sophomore campaign in the 2013-14 season.

Collegiate- Oral Roberts

Anderson then moved to Oral Roberts University, where he made 19 starts in 30 games during his redshirt junior season (2015-16) and started all 25 games he played in the 2016-17 season, despite missing five games due to injury. Throughout his career at ORU, he led the team in assists and graduated with a Bachelor's in Sports Management in 2017.


His coaching career began at his high school alma mater, Edmond Santa Fe, for the 2018-19 season. During this time, he also started his AAU coaching career with the Swarm high school boys team. Anderson then transitioned to coaching at the Division I level as a graduate assistant at UTEP under Rodney Terry, now the head coach at the University of Texas, for two years. He earned a Master's in Leadership Studies and Community Engagement from UTEP.


Currently, Aaron Anderson dedicates his time to coaching and training youth in Oklahoma. He is at the helm of Team Wonbyone, with support from Obi Emegano, making significant contributions to developing young basketball talent in the region.