We could have had Butler 6-5 and ran a faster 40 at the combine than johnson, a deep threat and certainly more of a fade threat inside the 20, how could they miss who the obvious choice was here??? There’s video evidence that not only suggests Butler was one of the nation’s top receivers, but proves it. Check out the Baylor video.Or the Kansas video. Or when he broke four, maybe five, tackles en route to completing a 51-yard touchdown catch and run against Oklahoma. There’s evidence from the Alamo Bowl game against Washington State, also. The 6-foot-5, 227-pounder had a 4.48-second 40 time at the combine. He’s got a 7-foot wing span, and hands that measured 10 ¾ inches. “Physically, there’s not many guys out there that look like him — with the length and the catch radius he has, and obviously he does good things after the catch,” Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley said.