I think Poole, up to 55 on ESPN rankings, has a good chance to be a star at Michigan. I'm not talking necessarily about Trey or Nik status, but a guy who scores a ton of points at Michigan and the only real question is whether he's a first, second, or third team B1G player by his junior and/or senior year/s.
Poole can shoot off the dribble, with a hand in his face, going either direction, quick release, from deep, etc. Sometimes percentages can be a bit deceiving, comparing a guy who shoots all his 3s in open catch-and-shoots with his toes on the line to a guy like Poole. He looks to have good body control and balance. He's got good height for a college guard and may still be growing. He's got good playmaking instincts. His handle might not be Nik's but it's pretty good and will get better. The thing we'll have to see is whether and how fast he can get stronger and a little quicker. He won't ever be a super athlete but in college, with his height and skills he can thrive if he can be even mediocre in terms of vertical leap and straight line speed. I think there's a very good chance he can be a quality secondary option on a high-functioning offense by his second year and we'll just have to see if he can go any higher than that.