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Hakeem Butler HaHa Clinton-Dix Jersey , WRSchool: Iowa State | Conference: Big 12College Experience: RS Junior | Age: 22 (23 at the start of 2019 season)Height/Weight: 6-6 / 225 lbsProjected Draft Status: 2nd RoundPlayer Comparison: Better Stephen Hill/Discount Randy MossCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewThe go-to receiver for Iowa State Cyclones, Hakeem Butler had a career season in his junior year. He has the body and size that scream #1 receiver. He has the traits of a playmaking receiver running mostly vertical routes and often targeted in the redzone. He finished this past season accumulating over 1,300 receiving yards and 9 TDs in 60 catches. This is in an offense that was focused behind top running back prospect David Montgomery and led by rookie quarterback Brock Purdy under center. Listed as 6 feet and 6 inches and 225 pounds, Butler possesses unfair size at the receiver position. The Baltimore native is a willing run blocker often using his wingspan to keep secondary defenders at bay. Hakeem’s measurables makes him an easy gamble in the early rounds by scouts and GMs that are enamored by his potential. With a great showing at the combine, he could easily hear his name called in the first round. StrengthsPenchant for big plays. Over 22 yards per reception. Polished route runnerWilling run blockerHas shown to make good catches at the edges of the side line.Can track the ball on deep throwsAble to get consistent separationBest routes: Deep and comebackTough to bring down after the catch Can get separation on routes through lengthWeaknessesOccasionally loses the ball in route. Not the shiftiest receiver (likely due to size)Occasionally misses catches when the ball is thrown overhead.Can be prone to not attacking routesDidn’t run a lot of short/intermediate crossing routes (film maybe)Wow Moments How Would He Fit On The RedskinsThe passing offense was underwhelming for a multitude of reasons. With Crowder hitting the free agency market, Richardson and Quinn injured for most of the season, and Doctson with an up-and-down, the Skins would benefit from adding another young playmaker to their squad. What Butler would bring is an unfair size that would be trouble for most secondary players in a one-on-one matchup. While not a burner, he gets decent separation from defenders and is a big target for Smith (or whomever behind center) to throw to. If Gruden wants to encourage more downfield throws, having a target like Butler helps tremendously. While he’s not the shiftiest of receivers, Washington can benefit throwing downfield more often to compliment the running game. Butler has the potential to be the feature Randy Moss-like receiver Washington desperately. The rooks are here"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsEDTShareTweetShareShareRedskins Rookie Mini-Camp: Who stood out, got cut/signed, and moreGeoff Burke-USA TODAY SportsThe Redskins held rookie mini-camp Friday and Saturday, and gave everyone their first look at the new guys. First round QB Dwayne Haskins drew a big crowd at practice yesterday. He connected with fellow rookies Terry McLaurin and Kelvin Harmon, along with other new faces. Washington invited 44 players to camp, and reportedly signed five(updated). Here are all the pictures, videos, news, and more from this weekend’s camp.Rookie tryout players:Reggie Bain, OL, Florida AtlanticTanner Balderree, TE, BYUJonathan Bonner, DL, Notre DameTaiwan Deal, RB, WisconsinDylan Donahue, LB, West GeorgiaVaughnte Dorsey, S, Texas TechKendrick Edwards, WR, Arkansas StateVictor Evans, LB, MississippiDrew Ferris, LS, FloridaWesley Fields, RB, Georgia SouthernJerald Foster, OL Chase Roullier Jersey , NebraskaDevin Fuller, WR, UCLAYouhanna Ghaifan, DL, WyomingRashad Greene, WR, Florida StateTyler Green, CB, LindenwoodDeion Harris, CB, North DakotaCorbin Jackson, S, LibertySami Kassem, OL, ToledoIsaiah Langley, CB, USCDon Liotine, RB, Stony BrookAustin Maloata, DL, Austin PeayTre McBride, WR, William & MaryVinny Mihota, DL, Virginia TechOdell Miller, OL, Western MichiganQuentin Moon, LB, Western IllinoisJamar Morris, TE, NW Oklahoma StateAli Mourtada, K, AssumptionBrandon Murphy, OL, MemphisVinny Papale, WR, DelawareJerry Powe, LB, LafayetteJordan Powell, CB Quinton Dunbar Jersey , WidenerTerronne Prescod, OL, North Carolina StateCraig Reynolds, RB, KutztownZach Roberts, LS, LamarEd Roll, S, UNC CharlotteYannis Routsas, P, Texas-San AntonioKamilo Tongamoa, DL, Iowa StateChris Turner, CB, Charleston (WV)Eli Walker, S, Kansas StateKeenan Walker, OL, Independence JCAca’Cedric Ware, RB, USCToby Weathersby, OL, LSUAaron Williams, S, NebraskaMichael Wristen, LB, Colorado State-PuebloRookie numbers assigned:Day 1 Practice:Transactions:Day 2 Practice:Transactions:Deion Harris, CB, North DakotaCraig Reynolds, RB, KutztownJerald Foster, OL, NebraskaJonathan Bronner, DL, Notre DameAustin Maloata, DL, Austin PeayMore Tryouts: