Liverpool confirmed on Sunday night that he'll soon begin regular workouts with the Owls. Members of the team are conducting self-directed drills at Chodoff Field leading into the start of preseason camp on Aug. 4.
"I was down there last week to get set up and everything," Liverpool said.
As a late-summer commitment, Liverpool can't start classes or move into campus housing until practice starts. In fact, he's technically not even obligated to join the Owls, as he hasn't signed a letter-of-intent.
But that's not a question at this point. Liverpool isn't going anywhere else. The real question is whether he'll play wide receiver or cornerback when he hits the field.
"Wide receiver, I believe," said Liverpool, adding that he got his first look at some of the team's offensive materials last week.
This week, the Owls will get their first look at Temple's highest-rated recruit since Kevin Harvey. If Liverpool is anything like Jarrett, the MAC could be looking at its best wide receiver since Randy Moss.