Michigan’s first game of the 2019-20 season is just under a month away. After a whirlwind summer and a coaching change, we decided to take a step back and examine Michigan’s roster in-depth, position by position.
Can Isaiah Livers create his own offense?
Expectations are high for Isaiah Livers in his junior year. He was Michigan’s most efficient offensive player and best 3-point shooter (42.6%) last season. Livers played a hybrid role that saw him log minutes at the three, four, and five positions and enabled John Beilein to play one of the shortest benches in college basketball. His positional versatility made him a dynamic weapon last season, but it makes it difficult to project how his game translates to a featured wing role.