"He's awesome," said Bergeron. "What you see if what you get. He's intense. He plays tough "D". He's not afraid of the big stage. He's basically the same player I had at Wings but now he can score more."
Spivey averaged eight points, eight rebounds, and 10 assists for Bergeron at Wings last year on a team with a number of Division I prospects. He was originally a member of the class of 2007, but reclassified to 2008 upon his transfer.
Ruggedly put together at over 200 pounds, Spivey is a bowling ball of a player who is physical, tough, and active. He is a versatile backcourt player probably best characterized as a lead guard. In a 110-91 win over South Kent this past weekend, he threw up a diverse stat line: four points, five rebounds, four assists, and five steals versus two turnovers.
"The entire MAAC is on him," said Bergeron. "And Atlantic 10s are coming on hard."