With his parents, DeChaun Anderson and Nikia Bell, looking on, along with Highland Coach Chad Boudreau, Leo High School’s DaChaun Anderson signs a letter-of-intent to attend Highland Community College, Freeport, Il., on a basketball scholarship. As a senior, the 6-foot-7 Anderson averaged 19 points and 12 rebounds per game while shooting 64 percent in helping the Lions to a 24-9 record, with regional and sectional championships. As a junior he averaged 14 points and nine rebounds for the 20-6 Lions, who were undefeated champions of the CCL White Division. He made the IHSA Class 2-A All-State team and the Chicago Catholic League All-Conference team both years. He also played in the Illinois Basketball Coaches Association All-Star Game in Pontiac earlier this month. “We’re delighted to add DaChaun to our program. We believe he has barely scratched the surface of his potential, and we look forward to helping him continue his development as a student-athlete,” Highland Coach Chad Boudreau said. Anderson is the 12th student-athlete from the Class of 2019 to receive an athletic scholarship, an impressive achievement for Leo, which will begin its 94th year of operation at 79th and Sangamon in mid-August.