Towler arrived on the newly-promoted Championship facet earlier this week on mortgage from metropolis neighbours Aberdeen and McIntyre has excessive hopes for the 17-year-old.
The defender spent final season on mortgage in League Two with Elgin Metropolis, enjoying 17 instances for the Borough Briggs outfit.
Cove Rangers boss Jim McIntyre hopes new signing Evan Towler can be taught from ex-Dons defender Mark Reynolds this season.
He comes right into a Cove facet trying to fill the void left by the influential Harry Milne, who departed in the summertime for Partick Thistle.
Towler can play at left-back or centre-back, very similar to former Aberdeen man Reynolds, who will likely be his team-mate on the Balmoral Stadium this season.
“Evan had talked about how a lot he had discovered from Andy Considine, being left-sided, and he’ll get the very same from Mark,” stated McIntyre.
“Mark is an excellent skilled and does issues correctly. We now have bought actually good expertise within the backbone of our staff and that may assist Evan.
“You possibly can see he’s bought a bit about him the place he’s assured and assured in his personal capability with out being smug.
“For a younger lad of 17, he’s bought a very good bodily stature.
“Aberdeen had been improbable with us and stored us within the loop. He was meant to affix the week earlier than, however he went to Spain after a few accidents within the Aberdeen squad. We simply needed to bide our time.
“He did very properly in his first session this week and he’ll be concerned within the sport on Saturday.”
Progress within the switch marketplace for Cove has been gradual, however that seems to be an issue confronted by a lot of managers within the lower-leagues.
Towler and striker Gerry McDonagh are the one additions McIntyre has been in a position to deliver to Cove up to now and the mortgage market could also be utilised within the lead-up to the league fixtures starting.
McIntyre has been delighted with the angle proven by McDonagh since his arrival.
McDonagh has relocated from his Nottingham base and away from his household to affix the Aberdeen facet, placing in additional classes through the week with health coach Tam Ritchie to get himself up to the mark together with his team-mates.