The 6-5 southpaw racked up an ERA of 0.85 with a win-loss record of 9-3, earning the recognition of All-State honorable mention. He struck out 107 batters in 82 innings and also posted a batting average of .357, while leading the Huskies in hits (35), homeruns (6) and RBIs (39). Anderson is rated as one of the top pitchers in Indiana, as he was a chosen to compete in the state's North vs. South All-Star game, which was selected by the Indiana High School Baseball Coaches Association.
"Anderson is a real hard working guy," said head coach Mike Dee. "With his work ethic he has a chance to be a 90-plus pitcher someday."