This week we’re going to be doing a special edition of Chiefs prospects for the Florida-Georgia border war.
We’ll check out one prospect from each team playing in that matchup.
I have identified over 170 prospects for the 2019 draft that I believe could be potential fits for the Kansas City Chiefs. I’ll be releasing mini scouting reports on these prospects in random groups of five up until the draft.
Check out the eighth group of prospects down below:
Ivey is a physical specimen, standing at 6-foot-5 and 305 pounds with noticeably long arms.
He’s recently made the switch from tackle to guard and he’s done a lot better job there. His issues remind me of Zach Fulton. He really struggles with his footwork. It looks like he’s running through mud with a tendency shuffle his feet. This didn’t change much when he switched from tackle to guard.
Ivey’s strength right now is in the run game, he’s an aggressive blocker that is quick off the snap. He routinely uses his length to move and redirect defenders. In the pass game he holds up best in the quick passing game when he isn’t asked to sustain blocks.
Ivey doesn’t scream of an immediate contributor to me. He needs work as a pass protector and needs his footwork coached up. Also he needs to work on the pulling game as he misses a lot of defenders when asked to block in space.
WATCH: Florida at Georgia, Saturday, Oct. 27th at 2:30pm CST