It depends on too many different factors, many of which won't be known for years, to give you any kind of meaningful answer: the specific school (many of the top schools give no institutional merit aid), the student's academic stats and non-academic accomplishments, among other things.
There's no way to know without having a fairly good idea as to what your family financial situation will be and what schools will be targeted. Use the Net Price Calculator available on each college's website to see what kind of aid would be available today based on your current situation. Who knows what the playing field will look like in 7 and 11 years.
There is no "typical," and unless there was and it was you, knowing what is "typical" does you no good.