At 6'6" and 270 pounds, Ivey has an ideal frame for a left tackle. He has long arms, plus he could easily gain 40 pounds between now and the end of his senior season in college.
Ivey's best trait right now is his natural athleticism. He bends well at the knees, which allows him to fire low out of his stance when setting up as a pass-protector. The Florida native is such a quick big man that he is rarely beat to his deep post when deep-setting.
Ivey has the agility and short-area quickness to slide and mirror in space with ease. He can wash rushers up and around the pocket, plus he can cut off inside moves.
In the running game, Ivey can get his hat on targets on the second level in and out of his track. His athleticism helps him settle down to hit moving targets, and he has the explosiveness and movement skills to be used on pulls, traps, counters and down-blocks.
If you're looking for a quick and athletic left tackle with a world of potential, Ivey is your man.