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Draft Scout Jeremy Butler News
05/13/14 - Baltimore Ravens Sign 17 Undrafted Free Agents: Butler recorded 141 receptions for 1,953 yards (13.9 avg.) and 20 TDs in two seasons for the Skyhawks, including 90 catches for 1,203 yards and 10 TDs as a senior. Prior to his time at UT-Martin, Butler played at the College of the Sequoias, where he appeared in 11 games, recording 48 receptions for 617 yards and six touchdowns in 2011. - Baltimore Ravens
01/03/14 - 2013 ASSOCIATED PRESS FCS THIRD TEAM ALL-AMERICAN: WR Jeremy Butler, Tennessee-Martin, Sr.,...Despite playing only two seasons, Butler etched his name into the Skyhawk record book as one of the most dynamic playmakers in school history. He concluded his career ranking in UT Martinís top-five lists in 100-yard receiving games (eight, first), touchdown receptions (20, second), receptions (141, third) and receiving yards (1,953, fifth).
Butler also became the second player in program history to post back-to-back seasons of double-digit touchdown receptions (10 in both 2012 and 2013). All in all, he had six multi-touchdown performances in 22 career games at UT Martin. In 2013, the 6-3, 205-pound native of Bradenton, Fla. hauled in 90 catches for 1,203 yards - both of which rank as the best UT Martin single-season totals in those respective categories. Butler averaged 100.2 receiving yards per game this past season, tallying 90 or more receiving yards in nine of 12 games. - UT Martin football
07/23/13 - UT Martin is coming off its first eight-win season since 2008. The Skyhawks finished the year 8-3 overall which included a victory over Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS) foe Memphis; that win was the first over an FBS opponent in 15 all-time games for UTM. This season head coach Jason Simpson, who enters his eighth season with the team which ties him for the longest tenured active coach in the OVC, returns six offensive and six defensive starters. Last season the team's potent offense ranked 10th nationally in passing (299.55 yards/game) and 18th in scoring offense (33.55 points/game) but lost its starting quarterback, its top two rushers and an All-American wide receiver.
The team does, however, return four offensive linemen and senior wide receiver Jeremy Butler who hauled in 10 touchdown catches a year ago. Defensively the team, who ranked seventh nationally in turnover margin (+1.18/game) last season, returns a pair of preseason All-OVC selections in senior linebacker Ben Johnson and senior lineman DJ Roberts. Johnson netted 131 total tackles last season, ranking him sixth nationally in tackles/game (11.91) while Roberts led the team with 11.5 tackles-for-loss which ranked first in the OVC (1.14/game). - OVC football
11/13/12 - NOV 12 OVC NEWCOMER OF THE WEEK: Jeremy Butler, WR, Jr., 6-3, 205, Bradenton, Fla., UT Martin...Butler, the transfer from College of Sequoias Community College, had 13 catches for 142 yards and two touchdowns in UT Martin's 45-44 overtime loss at Tennessee Tech on Saturday. Butler caught a six-yard touchdown early in the third quarter and a 19-yard touchdown on 4th and 16 in overtime to pull the Skyhawks to within a point (the team would miss the ensuing PAT). Over his last four games Butler has 35 catches for 438 yards and seven touchdowns. It marks the second time this season he has been named OVC Newcomer of the Week. Others Nominated: Reco Williams, Austin Peay; Jourdan Wickliffe, Eastern Illinois; Hamish MacInnes, Jacksonville State; Jaamal Berry, Murray State; Scott Lathrop, Southeast Missouri; Demario Donnell, Tennessee Tech. - OVC football