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Colton McKivitz Scouting Report

Scouting Report done by Mark Jarvis. See all his work at What’s on Draft. Support his work on Patreon.  See the full report in the 2020 NFL Draft Database here.

Summer Scouting Report

Good size and carries his weight well. Comfortable making adjustments with his hands and getting in a dog fight. Flashes natural power both in pass protection and run blocking. Too reliant on his natural anchor to make up for wasted steps with his footwork. Pad level is an area of concern, but most guys aren’t able to generate any push against him at the college level. Can open up holes with his strength and move bodies out of the way as a run blocker. Angles have room to improve. Gets very little depth on his pass sets. Athleticism is acceptable, but he gets exposed a bit when working backwards or sideways. Plodding tendencies make him predictable and avoidable for lighter guys. Leg drive is there but guys can slide out of the way laterally. High effort player with a good motor on him. Technique goes out the window on too many reps. Length is acceptable but doesn’t wow. Waits until the last second to get his punch out, and it exposes his chest. Maybe too slow for the outside in the pros. 7th Round Summer Grade.

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