Eli’s just a ball player. Turn the lights on and he competes. IMO, a really good complementary player for a college program — much like MAAR was was really good complementary player.
Give me a couple of those along with one or two “alpha” players and I’ll string together a really tough team to play against. For Michigan, Livers is developing into one of those “alpha” players (he just might not realize it yet) and we’ll see if Teske or Simpson or Wagner develop over the course of the season into a second alpha.
But Eli’s just a really good program player…he will help us to a lot of win, IMO.