Ian Anderson
Ian Anderson

CLASS OF 2016

RHP

Ian
Anderson

Vanderbilt
Shenendehowa (HS) • NY
6-3 • 170LBS • R/R

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2016 National

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2016 State

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2016 DRAFT Braves ROUND 1
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April 2016
Electric showing by Ian, 94-95 MPH with plus life and downhill plane to the ball. The command was iffy in the first inning, but by inning 3 and 4 he was spot on. The breaking ball was 77/78 and comes out of his hand like a fastball, excellent shape to it. Changeup is avg, needs ball rotation fix. Delivery is clean and his extension out front is outstanding.
Summer 2015
Anderson stays hot this summer creating an even bigger buzz than he did this spring. Already committed to Vanderbilt, the lean, lanky righty (6-foot-3, 175-pounds) faced off with some of the top talent spread across the country - and dealt. In one National event (USA 18U NT) he worked 10.1 innings surrendering only one earned run while punching out 15. Now the No. 1 player in the New York rankings, Anderson has a fastball sitting 90-94 mph with a loose-easy arm action, above average feel for his breaking ball, and shows we can attack hitters with conviction. This will be an extremely big spring for the Albany native.
Spring 2014

No. 2 in the class of 2016 player rankings is Ian Anderson. Built to pitch, at 6-foot-3,170-pounds, with a frame capable of taking on more weight, there is a ton to like about this young pitchers upside. Already the RHP has turned the heat up with the fastball topping an 90 mph two times this summer, sitting consistently 85-87 all day. With a smooth clean, loose easy-arm action there's velocity projection to come. Curveball sits 74-77 mph with gradual depth, signs of a high-level pitch. Quality changeup with fastball hand-speed, swing and miss pitch. Committed to Vanderbilt, and is arguably the best "pitcher" in the NY Class of 2016 rankings.
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