What Scouts Say:"Mobile attacking player who can cover a lot of ground ... Good player, decent speed, Futsal-type feet and works hard ... A good, solid college soccer player ... Technically solid and athletically OK. Doesn't have that next-level explosiveness ... He's a good soccer player, but he's not a blazer ... Can separate and pass. Also knows how to close in, tackle and defend ... Pretty good at a lot of things ... He won't run by anybody, but he'll find good spots to run in and combine ... Played a couple of different roles wide or central. He was a forward, who slipped into a free-roaming attacking midfield position. Also used as a winger in the 4-3-3 ... Has more midfield qualities than striker qualities ... If he had a shot in MLS, it may have to be at wide midfielder, but he may not be creative enough for the outside ... He may be better as a wide midfielder in a 4-4-2 than as a winger in a 4-3-3 ... In a 4-3-3 he could help a team build out of central midfield as one of three central guys."
College (St. Louis University, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo): Transfered to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo from Saint Louis University for junior season.
2010 (Sophomore; Saint Louis)
Earned All-Atlantic 10 Conference second team praise after co-leading program with three goals in 16 starts and 19 matches … ranked second among Billikens with 11 shots on target.
2009 (Freshman; Saint Louis)
Named to the Atlantic 10 All-Rookie Team after scoring a pair of goals … made collegiate debut during a 1-0 victory versus Clemson (Oct. 3) after missing the first eight games due to a preseason injury … first and only collegiate assist came at Tulsa during the second round of the NCAA Tournament (Nov. 22).
High School: Trabuco Hills High School
Club: Member of the Pateadores United States Soccer Development Academy team, finishing as the side’s leading scorer for 2009 … twice named to the Starting XI team by the United States Soccer Development Academy, first at the U-15/16 level and again at the U-17/18 level … captained Pateadores at U-16, U-17 and U-18 levels … also a member of the Nomads College Showcase title-winning club team in 2008.
Personal: Son of Mike and Cheryl Estes … has two sisters, Annie and Abby … majoring in business administration.