Two years ago, Harrison Feinberg emerged onto the New England prep school baseball scene with reckless abandon. The senior outfielder at King School is a pure talent with remarkable skills and instincts both at the plate and in the field.
Feinberg has been a lifer at King School, beginning his academic progressions as a kindergartner. It was there where a young boy transcended into a man, a student and an athlete. Yet not many knew much of his baseball ability as an early teen.
By chance, third-year King School head coach Ryan Quinn was able to witness Feinberg's athletic prowess firsthand and came away eminently impressed.
"I met Harrison before coaching at King, while I was working at Bobby Valentine's Sports Academy (in Stamford, Conn.),'' recalled Quinn. "I had just finished a lesson, and one of my colleagues let me know that one of my future players was there hitting. I hung outside the cage for a few minutes and was amazed at Harrison's strength and raw ability as a sophomore. The ball was absolutely flying off his bat, and I knew then that I had someone who could crush any pitch."