Every year, the Butler Grizzlies have plenty of top prospects up and down their roster and this year…
Three Butler prospects are still available
2011 Stats: 51 tackles, 4 tackles-for-loss, 4 sacks
LB Jeff Page - Page put up big numbers this year and has the instincts and athleticism to play all three linebacker spots. He was set to sign with Toledo and had a visit scheduled, but things fell through and he now is available again. His coaches feel he is a leader both on and off the field and while he won't wow you with his athleticism, he is a blue-collar type who works hard and has a great motor. He's versatile enough to play inside or outside, depending on the system.
2011 Stats: 91 tackles, 4 tackles-for-loss, 4.5 sacks
CB Dyllon Knox - For his size, Knox is a physical corner who fills well against the run. Nicholls State liked him early on, but things fell through. The Grizzly coaches feel Knox has the ability to play at the FBS level.
2011 Stats: 45 tackles, 1 tackle-for-loss, 1 interception
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