Kenny McIntosh 2023 NFL Draft
This 2023 NFL Draft report on Kenny McIntosh is brought to you by Justin Caballero of Digging in the Trenches. More scouting reports coming soon.
2023 NFL Draft: Kenny McIntosh RB
Caballero loves the combination of size and speed that McIntosh brings to the running back position. This RB brings the wow factor when you watch him play. He improved each season while he was at Georgia. He should join the long line of UGA backs that went on to perform great at the NFL level.
Caballero states that McIntosh is not just stopwatch fast, he says use uses his speed during games to his advantage. Not only is he fast but he has the quickness factor as well. He can stop and go on a dime. This helps him be a quality receiver out of the backfield as well. He brings the qualities of a possession receiver to the backfield. Caballero describes this UGA back as having soft hands that he uses to his advantage.
Kenny McIntosh is not only about speed and finesse. He is a big strong back that can use his power to move the pile forward for those extra critical yards. Caballero says that McIntosh can get the job done as a blocker as well.
Caballero did note an area that needs improvement is McIntosh’s ball security. He needs to do a better job of holding the ball with two hands as he runs into traffic.
As you can see in the numbers, Kenny McIntosh did improve as he progressed from his freshman to senior season. He took advantage of earning more opportunities.
The Prospect Sheet
A host of college football powerhouses recruited McIntosh out of high school. Aside from UGA, Kenny had offers from Alabama, Auburn Oklahoma, and just about any other big football school that you can name. McIntosh is from South Florida and attended University School for high school.
He has two talented brothers RJ and Deon McIntosh who both played Division I football.
Draft projection: Between 2nd & 4th round
Overall, Caballero says Kenny has the needed tools to become an impactful player for the team that selects him in the 2023 NFL Draft.
Strengths: Kenny McIntosh
- Receiving skills
- Improving each year
- Ball control and security
- Must learn more route trees as a receiver
Caballero’s unedited field notes while scouting