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TE Jake Butt, Michigan — NFL Draft/Dynasty Rookie Draft Profile

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TE Jake Butt, Michigan 

  • Suffered second major ACL injury in three years to same knee in Michigan’s season-ending bowl game last season.
  • 2016 Senior CLASS award winner (last year’s winner was Dak Prescott)
  • One game over 60+ yards in the Big Ten last season
  • One TD over his final 10 games in 2016.

 

 

*CFM Full Scouting Report (link):  CFM Scouting Report — Jake Butt

 — At one time, a year ago, Butt was considered the top TE prospect in this draft. Today, Butt is hanging on to draft relevance by a thread. Is this a massive draft opportunity or is Butt going to fall further out of the top 100? We examine that in our scouting report.

 

 

CBS Sports (as of this publish date) #7 TE prospect, #104 overall

ESPN (as of this publish date) #6 TE prospect, #67 overall

Early 2017 Dynasty Rookie Draft ADP/Rankings: #6 TE prospect, #25 overall (among offensive players)

 

 

Measurables:

Info Hght Wght Hand ArmL 40-D 10-D Bench Vert. Broad ShSht 3-Cone
 Combine 6’5.4″  246   10.0″  32.0″  Inj  x  x  x  x  x  x
 Pro Day  x  x  x x x x  x  x  x x x

 

 

College Statistics:

Year Games Carr. RushYds RushTD YdPrCth Catches RecYds RecTD
2013 9 0 0 0 11.8 20 235 2
2014 9 0 0 0 10.0 21 211 2
2015 13 0 0 0 12.8 51 654 3
2016 12 0 0 0 11.9 46 546 4
TOTAL 43 0 0 0 12.3 138 1,646 11
Avg per gm last 2yrs X 0.0 0.0 0.0 12.4 3.4 47.0 0.28

 

 

Link to College Profile: College Website Bio — Jake Butt

Link to background storyDetroit News.com: Jake Butt

 

 

 

 

 

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