Exactly..............I said that last night. He did not attempt a single dribble against Greg in the first half. Greg was in him rather than next to him. Keep in mind Greg's intensity level is generally much higher than most other high school prospects. He takes pride in defense on every possession. Livers is a nice wing, but he knew he was not going to be able to deal with that type of pressure, and so he didn't even attempt it.
For me, the jury is still out. While we've seen Livers really look fluid handling the ball in my previous film against Detroit Western, this has to be balanced with that. I think he can handle the ball against 4s, the question is rather he can do it against threes since he will likely be a perimeter player at Michigan, even at the 4 spot.
The thing I have noticed is that even when he handles the ball with success, he always settles for a midrange jumpshot rather than getting all the way to the rim and either finishing, creating for others, or drawing fouls. That really limits his ability to be a playmaker.