Kevin Huber admits that he asked himself a question in recent weeks that he never considered in his six seasons as Salisbury School's head coach.
"How could I possibly mess this up?"
That newfound pressure comes after the Salisbury baseball team welcomed to the campus the highest-profile freshman prospect in school history, Mississippi State commit Quincy Bright. The Hamden, Conn., native enters the school with more fanfare than any of Salisbury's baseball alumni, including current pros like Patrick Mazeika, Will Toffey and Paul Campbell, as well as current D1 standouts Julian Tonghini (BC) and Carlos Pena (Missouri).
None of those players possessed the skill set as freshmen that Bright brings to the field, most notably in the form of a 93-mph fastball.