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Arizona Cardinals select Iowa State wide receiver Hakeem Butler in fourth round

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The Arizona Cardinals wanted to revamp their offense in the image of Kliff Kingsbury.

Through four rounds they have done just that.

In the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft the Arizona Cardinals have selected wide receiver Hakeem Butler from Iowa State.

Butler is a big play machine at 6-5 227lbs, running a 4.48 forty and a 36 inch vertical.

That showed on the field, where he was a big play waiting to happen, account for 19 catches traveling over 20 yards or more in the air.

Butler will be the outside, big play receiver that Kliff Kingsbury's offense needs and he is a 50/50 jump ball feind, something that will make life easier on Kyler Murray.

Butler ended his Iowa State career his junior season, finishing with 60 catches for 1,318 yards and nine touchdowns.

Welcome to the desert.

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