From what I recall from what Jared's seen, it sounds like positionally he has the ability to move with just about anyone on the floor, but isn't a great rim protector. Even with Kam Woods, Butler didn't block a ton of shots, so that's not a big deal. Also, "Michigan style small ball" is essentially Butler basketball the last decade or so. Smith, Howard, Streicher, Chrabascz and Fowler all have/had the ability to shoot the 3, and it sounds like Mulloy is in that same mold. Howard (other than his Jr. year when he got called for fouls every 5 seconds), Smith, Streicher, Woods, Chrabascz, Wideman and even Fowler also are athletic enough to be in a decent position even if switched off on a smaller player. "Passivity" or not, as long as Mulloy is effective and can duplicate the same efficiency as Fowler, Smith, Howard, Wideman, Chrabascz, Streicher, that's going to help Butler win games.