Video: Fullerton's Gerard Anderson goes Vince Carter on CSUN

Jeff Eisenberg

Cal State Fullerton forward Gerard Anderson is one of college basketball's most accomplished dunkers, but he seems to save his most YouTube-worthy efforts for Cal State Northridge.

First came this vicious slam on a hapless Matadors defender back in January. Then in the first round of the Big West tournament on Wednesday night, Anderson delivered another freakish display of athleticism, finishing a fastbreak by leaping over 6-foot Vinnie McGhee and unleashing a fierce one-hand jam.

"Guys who say slam dunks are only worth two points are out of it," Fullerton Coach Bob Burton told the Los Angeles Times. "That was a touchdown."

Dunks like those are one of the reasons Fullerton is pushing Anderson as a candidate for the college dunk contest at the end of the season. If he makes it, maybe he should bring a couple Northridge defenders as props.

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