Hakeem Butler Earns UFL Offensive Player of the Year Honors

Hakeem Butler, a wide receiver for the St. Louis Battlehawks, has been named the UFL’s first offensive player of the year. His outstanding performance during the league’s inaugural season following the merger with the USFL earned him this accolade.

Butler stood out with 45 catches, 652 receiving yards, and five touchdowns for the Battlehawks. These impressive stats made him a standout player this season, leading to his selection for this prestigious award.

Butler was drafted by the Cardinals in the fourth round of the 2019 draft and has shown his potential as a top offensive player in the league. Despite only seeing regular season action in two games with the Eagles in 2020, he has proven his skills on the field. After a brief stint with the Steelers last offseason, Butler returned to spring football and made a significant impact in the UFL.

As he prepares for the conference title game against San Antonio, Butler has an opportunity to further showcase his talent and help lead his team to victory. His success on the field has solidified his reputation as a top performer in the league. As

By Sophia Gonzalez

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