Holly senior Nic Stoll verbals to Michigan Tech

Posted: October 14, 2011 by Jared Field in High School

One of the Flint area’s most underrated prospects has verbally committed to Michigan Tech, a D-II university in the Upper Peninsula. Stoll, a 6-7 senior at Holly, will be among the top players in the Flint area this season. He has tremendous upside as a scorer and defender, and he hasn’t even scratched the surface of his ability.

Stoll has a motor that just doesn’t quit and is, pound for pound, among the toughest players in the 2012 class. If he continues to develop his perimeter skills (he’s already a pretty reliable outside shooter), he could see some time as a small forward in the future. I think Stoll, who is actually young for his grade, is better at this point in his career than Nathan Cox (formerly of Flushing), who went on to become an NAIA All-American at Davenport University.


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