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Joseph Estrella, Maine’s Top Ranked Prospect Receives Offer From Penn State

2023 recruit Joseph Estrella a 6-foot-10 power forward from South Portland Maine has received an offer from Penn State University. He has received offers from Boston College, Syracuse, Harvard, Iowa, Tennessee, and Providence.

Estrella is the number one recruit in the state of Maine and the tenth best prospect in the New England region. He plays for both South Portland High School and the Middlesex Magic which is one of the best AAU teams in the New England region.

Scouts see Estrella as a long athletic big man that can run the floor with the skillset to play inside and out with a solid post game and a nice shooting touch. Defensively, he is great at protecting the rim with his shot-blocking prowess and is a strong rebounder.

He does not have an official rating yet but he projects as a four-star prospect that can be a top 100 player in the 2023 class,

Estrella is the Ideal prospect that can be an anchor in coach Micah Shrewsberry’s philosophy especially on defense and will be a critical building block in the hoops program at Happy Valley.

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