Michigan offers four-star forward Isaiah Livers

Dylan Burkhardt
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Michigan extended a scholarship offer to four-star forward Isaiah Livers today, according to a report by Inside Prep Sports’ TJ Kelley.

The Wolverines tracked Livers closely throughout the July evaluation period and the 6-foot-8 forward was on record as expecting a Wolverine offer by August. Beilein followed up with the offer today.

Livers is a four-star prospect and ranked 120th nationally according to 247Sports Composite Rankings. He’s known for his ability to score from all three levels — inside, in the mid-range and out to the three-point line.

The Kalamazoo Central forward averaged 9.4 points and 5.2 rebounds per game while playing alongside fellow Michigan offers Nojel Eastern and Brian Bowen for Meanstreets on the Nike EYBL circuit.

Livers also received an offer from Michigan State last week and has seen a surge in Spartan predictions in 247Sports Crystal Ball.

  • bobohle

    We got a lot of 4 and 5 star offers out there now. If rumors are true about Michigan becoming the favorite for Wilkes now, Beilein should be able to land one of the others on the wish list for the final scholarship.

    • jkuofm27

      If Wilkes is our best shot, what would be dream scenario? Wilkes and Bowen? Wilkes and Jackson for size? Wilkes and guaranteed range with Young? Would Livers and Young satisfy people or would we want to pull in a top 25 guy to not complain about the class?

      • bobohle

        Wilkes and Bowen would be the dream Since Bowen and Jordan Poole now play for the same High School team in Ind. However I personally would be happy with any of those you mentioned.

        • Sepman

          Jackson plays there now, too. Being from Indiana. I would love to see us land Wilkes. He’s the type of player we need to add. Jackson would be nice for his length and ability to rebound.

  • BlueMaze15

    Wilkes and Cain would be good too @jkuofm27:disqus …I think Wilkes & Smith would be best combination as far as talent goes…Bowen is more n likely MSU bound.