Although he’ll sign with an agent, Livers will maintain his college eligibility throughout the process and isn’t making any final decisions yet. As such, returning to Michigan for his senior season remains a possibility.
“The University of Michigan has done so much for me and helped me get to a position where I might be able to reach my goal of playing professional basketball,” Livers said in a statement. “While this is only the start of the evaluation, I have appreciated your encouragement and will continue to need it as this process moves on.”
In 21 games (31.5 MPG) in 2019/20, Livers led Juwan Howard‘s squad with 12.9 PPG. He also averaged 4.0 RPG and shot an impressive 40.2% from beyond the arc.
While he’s certainly no lock to be drafted, Livers does show up on ESPN’s big board of 2020 prospects, coming in at No. 100.