Chatsworth, CA (Future150) -- California is home to many top basketball players who come very highly regarded.
Michael Feinberg out of Chatsworth, California is a 6-foot-0 guard who could possibly be one of the next top prospects to come out of the state.
The young man is currently in the seventh grade, but has recently burst onto the scene proving that he is a legitimate top guard in the 2018 class. He proved that fact recently by earning MVP honors at the Jr. All-American Camp in Atlanta.
His best abilities right now are shooting the ball with good consistency and finding his teammates, keeping them involved during the entire game.
Fighting for rebounds with his aggressive style and putting intense pressure on the defender with his on-ball defense are some more of his stronger skills.
“I know what I do right, but I feel working to improve my game every day is what I need,” Feinberg told Jr. Future150. “I want to work on improve my ball handling, also something we call the SAQ (speed, & agility, & quickness), and always playing up to my potential on the floor.”
He knows exactly what he wants to do on the basketball court and in the training room. He also knows what he wants in the future.
“I would really like to go to Stanford University,” Feinberg advised. “I have always liked that school, plus they have a real nice mixture of academics and athletics.”
He knows the college he would like to attend, plus he also knows what NBA players he likes to compare himself too.
“I think I seem to relate my games to both Manu Ginobli and Charles Barkley,” Feinberg claimed. “I am like Ginobli because we are both lefties who like to slash to the rim and hit open threes.”
“I am also like Charles Barkley because I also enjoy going hard after rebounds and blocking shots when the time is right,” he added.
Last year he played on the CBC AAU team who won Nationals for the 2017 class. He also had a good middle school season where his team went undefeated and won their league.
Feinberg is going to be someone to look out for in the coming years, his stock is definitely on the rise.