Aaron Estrada Has Had Success Everywhere That He’s Been.

In today’s sports world, like the professional business world, mobility is key. Gone are the days of working at one company, playing for one team, and staying in a single place for one’s whole career.

If you can move around and adapt, you’ll be successful. No one knows this better than Alabama’s Aaron Estrada, who last night led his team against the seemingly unbeatable UConn Huskies.

Estrada knows adaptability.

Growing up in Woodbury, New Jersey, Estrada’s basketball career took shape when he attended Woodbury High School. As a junior, he averaged 21.5 points per game and led Woodbury to their first Group 1 State Basketball Championship with a 23-point performance, including the two winning foul shots.

As a senior, Estrada transferred to St. Benedict’s Prep in New Jersey. He was even the subject of a documentary on Quibi.

As a freshman at St. Peter’s, he was MAAC Rookie of the Year. As a sophomore, he transferred to Oregon and then to Hofstra as a junior. At Hofstra, Estrada scored a career-high 35 points against James Madison and was named Colonial Athletic Association’s Player of the Year. It was an honor that he would get the following year as well while averaging 20.3 points per game.

In 2023, he would win the Haggerty Award. Now positioning Alabama in the men’s Final Four, what will the future hold for this Delaware Valley native?
One thing is for sure: if his success is dependent on his mobility — he’ll be successful for sure. He already is.

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