I'm curious on what you mean by killer instinct. A close match with Tyler Graff? What about his major decision over Matt McDonough? Things people might "expect" him to open up, but if opponents block and "try to keep it close," it looks negatively on Oliver.
Oliver's skillset is outstanding. He's great on his feet, very good on top with an array of turns and tilts. He's not used to being on bottom, having been so dominant on the high school level. People didn't think Coleman Scott was as dominant as he could have been coming out of high school and he ended up being a four-time All-American.
Jordan's better than people give him credit for. If he gets thrown to the wolves this year, I think he'll end up doing fine at 133. With a RS, he'll be dangerous for four years.