Rinn, originally from Warwick, RI, has elected to stay local and success has followed him throughout his career. The first baseman has a .327 average with 2 home runs. Striking out is not an option for Rinn, as he only has 11 K’s in 165 at-bats during his sophomore season. As a freshman he emerged as Bryant's starting first baseman. Appearing in 61 games and making 54 starts for the Black and Gold, Rinn hit .292 (54-185) with seven doubles, a triple, 26 RBI and 23 runs scored.
Before Bryant, Rinn was a 2011 graduate of the Moses Brown School in Providence, R.I. He also completed a year of post-graduate studies at Worcester Academy. While at Moses Brown, he was a two-time First Team All-State selection. He now has the school records for hits in each of his final two years and was named the MVP of the division each year.