"I was sitting in class and my brother texted me to call Coach Lawing immediately," Ivie said. "I did and talked to him for a few seconds then he put Coach Muschamp on the phone. He told me that I've been working hard and he likes the way I work and everything and he would like to offer me a scholarship to the University of Florida."
Ivie says showing up and playing alongside his brother would be nice.
"It would be a good thing because we get along for the most part," Andrew said with a laugh. "He could show me the ropes and drive me to improve and get better."
A championship wrestler in high school, he says the sport helps him be a good football player as well.
"I'm a hard working individual," I'm basically a gym rat and wrestling helps in the aspect of knowing your body and I feel like it's greatly improved my quickness, speed, and hips."
Florida sees the younger Ivie as a defensive tackle and expects the 6-foot-3, 260 pounder to grow a bit into that position. He has no plans to visit anywhere just yet, but does know what he is looking for in a program.
"Education is number one and I just want a place that feels like home," he said. "I want to go where I would enjoy the next few years of my life while maybe still being kind of close to home."