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Old School Alive and Well

Micah Estelle @mich_estelle, 6'5, 200, c/o 24 of Hopkins High School, Michigan is a strong gritty old school big who knows how to work the post to perfection. Big hands and big rebounds. A ton of putbacks. Micah can score with a great lefty advantage. Mastered the hook shot y'all. Fierce with his back to the basket with nice footwork. Micah is also a really good passer off that block. But he shines as one of the best low post defenders in the state and also is a lockdown-help defender. With that height and long wingspan, he can block out the sun on opponents. Micah's biggest improvement over the summer was his confidence. Micah became a legitimate leader. Micah's favorite highlight was traveling with the team and winning the Las Vegas tournament bracket.

Last season Micah played 22 games shooting 57% and scoring 128 points, adding 14 assists, 30 blocks, 20 steals taking two charges, and 174 rebounds(85 offensive/ 89 defensive ). That right there is blue-collar magic. Micah thrives doing the tough, dirty, work inside. Micah has set a goal to play a crucial role on his team as a leader on and off the court. The passion to bring out the best in his team and have a fun senior year.

What sets Micah apart is his work ethic on and off the court. He just outworks everyone out there. Nonstop hustle from end to end. That great help D can't be overlooked. Micah shuts down the lane unmercifully, with no free shots on his house. Micah is fundamentally sound with a variety of post moves, different than most.

Micah will excel in D3 or NAIA school. But is open to JUCO and NCCAA. Some might consider Micah undersized for a post player but know he has always played great against bigger players with his physical strength being a solid equalizer.


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