Dj Ivey weight

brock

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Per itu Ivey arrived at Miami weighing 173 and is now 190 pounds. Sheesh
 
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Yeah, but sadly it’s 17 lbs of pure belly fat. Sorry Brock, someone had to tell you.
 
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Those Freshman are getting after it. That's going to raise the level of play on this team. I like, I like!
 
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Interested to hear weights on

Polendey
Kosi
Harley
Wilder
Rosseau
 

Canesfan1899

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Lots of recruiting analysts slept on Ivey, kids out to get some serious minutes as a true freshman.
 

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Lots of recruiting analysts slept on Ivey, kids out to get some serious minutes as a true freshman.
He has the size and tape to back it up, 6’1 190 pounds is great size and he has excellent ball skills
 

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He has the size and tape to back it up, 6’1 190 pounds is great size and he has excellent ball skills
The length is going to make life difficult for receivers. Kids the prototype for a modern CB.
 

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Man I’m just spreading the news lol, in the article they also praised Willis as well saying he’s going full speed in workouts and Is working like he never has at Miami
In fairness, he never has at Miami.
 
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Ivey is a beast! when i met this kid his length and frame really stood out to me he has elite physical intangibles as well as very underrated speed. a really good kid with his head on straight very good academics and no drama or off the field issues Ivey is going to have a great career here. He and Frierson have the kind of length and frame that's really going to help us take things to the next level defensively
 

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1.5 sacks 5.5 tfls in 2016 as the backup in limited games. Imagine if he was starting for the full season
I kid, I kid. I'm just as interested as anybody to see what he can do with a full season - he just hasn't had one yet and he's a senior, so let's go.
 

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I kid, I kid. I'm just as interested as anybody to see what he can do with a full season - he just hasn't had one yet and he's a senior, so let's go.
Money season, id bet he’s fully motivated this year
 
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if he was at bama he'd be at 220 by now thanks to the good apple cider and fresh water supply
 
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