If Redskins want a 'great value' Day 2 WR, Butler may be it
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By By Ryan Homler

The 2019 NFL Draft will be an incredibly important few days for the Washington Redskins. With numerous positions in need of an upgrade, the team will have plenty of options as to which prospects they may want to select.

One group that deserves some focus is wide receiver, an area that the Redskins have lacked production from in years past. While this year's receiver class may not offer a sure-fire option at pick No. 15 for Washington, there may be one underrated prospect that could be a valuable second-round selection, according to Rotoworld and NBC Sports NFL expert Josh Norris.

"I kind of feel like I'm on an island here with Hakeem Butler because he's not being projected by the NFL until Round 2," Norris said recently on the MyTeams app with NBC Sports Washington Redskins Insider JP Finlay. "But he would be a great value in that round."

Butler, the 6-foot-5, 227-pound receiver out of Iowa State, is someone that Norris believes could be a strong addition to teams in need of another pass catcher. During his junior season, Butler recorded 60 receptions for 1,318 yards and nine touchdowns while demonstrating his ability to be productive while lining up in different...

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