The Recruiting Radar: '18 Brock Anderson, LHP/OF, Alexandria



By Rob Allison
Prep Baseball Report Iowa-Minnesota-Nebraska

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Our series highlights the players who attended the PBR Future Games in Indiana. We have included the players scouting report, statistics, video of their performance, and their Recruiting Radar segment to see where each player is at in the recruiting process.

The 2016 event was the first opportunity for players in Iowa, Minnesota and Nebraska to attend the PBR Future Games and perform as a group. Many of the player's recruiting interest has exploded since the event; with many of them having multiple scholarship offers on the table.

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Brock Anderson

Name: Brock Anderson
Position: OF/LHP
Class: 2018
Height/Weight: 6-foot, 190-pounds
High School: Alexandria, MN
State Rank:
Coming Soon
PBR Overall Rank: #292

Evaluation: 2016 Future Games- 6-foot, 190-pound left-handed hitting 2-way player. #292 ranked 2018 in PBR Overall. Physical mature build with strong lower half. Anderson ran a 7.23 60, was 88 mph from the outfield, and posted an 84 mph exit velocity. Good balance in box with rhythm in hands, clean line drive path to contact, occasional short finish, works middle of field. Shows good feet and glove in outfield, creates good angles and direction to target, clean arm action from OT slot. Short turn into balance point, leaks early with hips occasionally, short arm action. Fastball was 82-84 mph, flashing downhill plane, with varying run and cut action. Showed ability to land 1/7 breaking ball, varying depth, with tight spin at 70-71 mph. Changeup was firm at 78 mph for strikes.

PBR: What schools have you been hearing from?
ANDERSON: I have been hearing from........

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