Every time that Ian Anderson takes the mound in 2016 for Shenendehowa, he is going to do with several pairs of Major League eyes on him.

Yesterday, multiple scouts were in attendance to see the ace pitch against Guilderland. Draft prognosticators were also in attendance, including our friend Hudson Belinsky of Baseball America.

But Anderson didn't pitch after experiencing some discomfort in the bullpen. Does that have an impact on his draftability moving forward? Will teams look at this with a curious eye? Belinsky had Anderson being drafted No. 10 to the White Sox in his mock draft. What makes that a logical fit for Anderson?

Furthermore, Belinsky got to see Ian's twin brother Ben pitch. How did he look? The senior is committed to Binghamton, could he be a guy that could be a professional arm once he's out of college?

LISTEN HERE to Hudson Belinsky of Baseball America: