Well, I think Anderson's going to be a solid MLB player, but I don't see the comps to Jeremy Reed at all. Reed seems like he could top out as a special hitter of a mold similar to Tony Gwynn. Anderson strikes out much more often, and should have more HR power, as noted. I'm thinking a reasonable comp stats-wise would be Rondell White - above average in just about every aspect of the game.
Not knocking Anderson, but here are the two stat lines from AA Birmingham at age 22:
Admittedly, that's Reed's best line, but hitting .400 at AA over 250 AB's is pretty rare.