2016 Prospect Will Visit Saturday

He's one of the top prospects in the west for 2016, and one of the more impressive players we saw at the Passing Down 7-on-7 Tournament Sunday...

Treyjohn Butler is a talented corner that we expect to develop in to a national prospect over the next two years. Here's what we wrote about the athlete following the Passing Down Tournament on Sunday.

"Butler (2016) is another young corner with every physical tool you could want. He has an athletic frame at about 5-10, 185 pounds, long arms, very quick feet and great top end speed. He clocked a 10.7-100m as a freshman and shows it on the football field with his ability to run with the fastest receivers."

Butler is currently running track and has some pretty lofty goals for himself.

"I want to run in the 10.5 range this year," Butler said. "By the time I'm a senior, I want to run a 10 flat. That's my goal and I believe in setting high goals, what's the point in setting goals that are easy to achieve. I would like to run track in college too, it's a big deal for me but football is definitely my top sport."

On the recruiting front, California stepped up and offered Butler and they definitely won't be his last.

"I'm also hearing a lot from UCLA, Washington, Arizona and Arizona State," Butler said. "I'm going to UCLA this Saturday for a visit and they have picked up their interest in me lately. Stanford has picked it up as well and that's one school I would love an offer from.

"Stanford is my dream school, I love their combination of academics and football, plus their track program is good too. You graduate from Stanford and that degree will set you up for life. I also plan to visit Cal and I'm excited about that offer. I've never been there before so I want to check them out for sure. This summer, I'll camp with UCLA and USC since they're local and I want to get to Arizona and Stanford too."

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