Seth Anderson
Seth Anderson
Seth Anderson




Cumberland (HS) • RI
6-6 • 165LBS • R/R
Travel Team: L&M Baseball


2022 National

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6-foot-6, 165-pound, longer thin athletic frame, with plenty of room to fill out to add mass and weight on. A right-handed pitcher, a repeatable delivery, good tempo, higher coiled leg kick. The direction is inline, could lengthen a bit, with more extension and finish out front. The arm action has average length, more of a bottom to top path. The fastball reached 78 mph, located to both sides of the plate. The breaking ball has 11-5 break, depth with proper spin and action to it, clocked at 65 mph. showed the ability to throw the change up, clocked at 66 mph. Defensively, larger target to throw to, gets off the bag with clean footwork. The hands are soft on the picks, arm was clocked at 76 mph across the diamond. At the plate, taller, shorter stance, steps in, cuts across a tick, flatter swing. The hands drop at times needs to keep them up and work through contact more. Look for him to be a guy off the mound, huge projection.

Tee Exit Velocity: 72 mph
Arm Velocity: 76 mph
Sixty-Yard Dash: 7.86


6-foot-4, 145 pounds, slimmer, wiry frame with long-limbs and slope in the shoulders, easy to project considering current build and age. Ran an 8.02 sixty yard dash. A right-handed hitter, Anderson’s feet set even in the box, a little more than shoulder width apart. The hands start high by the head before rocking down and back at chest level. Average bat speed and rotation through contact. Expect to see a spike in power when he begin adding strength to the frame. Mostly level bat path with line drive approach during batting practice. His tee exit velocity was clocked as high as 72 MPH. Working out as a first baseman, Anderson’s throws across the diamond were measured up to 68 MPH with some carry. Throws from a natural ¾ to high ¾ slot, with some stiffness in the action. There is some baby giraffe in the movements, as he is still getting comfortable with the lanky frame. The glove can stiffen when feet are out of position. As he gains comfort and feel, chance to take a huge step forward. As a right-handed pitcher, Anderson is able to get downhill because of his size. His hands start chest high before progressing into his delivery, average sized leg kick with coil before releasing the ball from a high ¾ slot. Solid stride length. Continuing to hone in on timing and repeating his mechanics will help him gain consistent control of his repertoire. Works with a three pitch mix. The fastball sat 67-68 MPH, with some movement to the arm side. His curveball is a big bender, which was clocked between 54-56 MPH. Showed 12/6 shape and should gain sharper bite in the coming years. Potential to be an out-pitch. Also worked in a 63-65 MPH changeup. Comes in firm right now, though flashed fade on some when on time with his mechanics. A promising 2022 prospect, Anderson has the size to develop into a high-end arm down the road. Lots to like here as he matriculates to the high school level.

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