6-3 and 190 pound Brice Butler is a physical mis-match for nearly all of the defenders he will will face in his career on the high school level and beyond.
He runs precise routes, and I've never seen him drop a pass. If it's near him,
he catches it.
Butler knows how to adjust his body to the ball in the air, and use his size to
shield smaller defenders.
Butler is a touchdown waiting to happen, and in Norcross' first game against
Duluth this season, touchdowns happened three times.
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#12 WR Brice Butler
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